Webinar recap: Teaching in a changing landscape


On Tuesday November 10 we hosted a webinar to take a look at how education has changed over this past year, where things are heading and how students can move forward with rigor and without barriers. Lots of interesting points were raised about  access to technology, key challenges for the future and supporting students throughout. 

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Student writing analytics at the touch of a button


Some time ago we introduced the WriQ student experience to allow your students to take control of their own writing achievement. With access to their own Dashboard and WriQMeter, students are able to track their writing burst measures, along with other key analytics, in real time to help them understand their own writing progress. Today, we’re excited to let you know that teachers will now have access to that data as well, so you can delve a little deeper into each student's progress. 

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3 ways to improve student writing with tech


According to data from the National Assessment of Student Performance, two-thirds of K-12 students are not writing at levels expected for their grade level. The fundamental issue is that, nationally, writing has not been given the same attention as math and reading. 

When writing is not a priority in elementary school, it becomes difficult to teach by middle school when large class sizes are the norm. This begs for technology intervention.

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3 easy ways to get involved with SXSWedu 2021


South by Southwest® (SXSW) is the largest festival of its kind for creative professionals around the world. For those not familiar, the event is actually a series of conferences and festivals that encompass music, film and emerging technologies. While SXSW includes a number of events, the SXSWedu Conference and Festival looks specifically at learning and innovation in education.

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Our EduTECH 2020 highlights


We’ve just finished two days at the first ever virtual EduTECH. Hosting the event online didn’t stop it from being any less jam packed with thought provoking keynotes, insightful break out seminars and passionate educators wanting to connect and learn together. As a casualty of the year that is 2020 itself, it’s no surprise that the main themes and takeaways from the event were focused on the digital future of education, and they show in our teams’ top takeaways. Keep reading to learn more. 

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Even more ways & places for digital math for Windows and O365 users


We recently made some changes under the hood in the EquatIO Menu, so now there's even more ways and places users on Windows and O365 can use EquatIO to make math digital, including a new unified login, full toolbar support for Word Online and an integration with Microsoft Powerpoint. Read on to find out more...

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