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IDE Corp. to Present at FETC 2019 in Orlando

IDE Corp. is proud to announce that we will be exhibiting and presenting at the Future of Educational Technology Conference 2019 in Orlando, FL. Come visit us at booth #2231! Be sure to check out our two presentations: Not 1:1? You Can Still Integrate Tech Monday, January 28, 2019 at 5PM – 6PM in booth […]

Grade-Specific Editions of Students Taking Charge by Dr. Nancy Sulla Now Availab...

The new, second editions of Dr. Nancy Sulla’s landmark book Students Taking Charge: Inside the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom, are now available through Routledge or Amazon.  The first edition of the book, which introduced the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom™ to the world, has now become two separate volumes, a grades K-5 edition and a grades 6-12 edition. […]

Bayonet Point Middle School in Pasco County Florida Named School of the Week

IDE Corp. is proud to announce that Bayonet Point Middle School in Pasco County Florida has been named by 10News as School of the Week by Duke Energy Florida. 10News explains,  “Combine a strong STEM program with choice in learning and you get STEM-LATIC which is a core component of Bayonet Point Middle School. LATIC means students […]

Dr. Nancy Sulla Demonstrates Executive Function Is Key to Student Achievement

In a February 2018 article on Middleweb, Dr. Nancy Sulla demonstrates that “without the skills of executive function, you cannot access the information needed to transform thinking and produce powerful learning. Executive function is, therefore, the coveted missing link to student achievement.” Dr. Sulla explains what executive function is and how it directly impacts a […]

Webinar March 6th, 2018 with Dr. Nancy Sulla on Transformational Technology: Usi...

Brain research and studies on learning have shown the brain stores information in long-term memory by making patterns. As we work to solve problems, we can think either divergently or convergently. When we think in a convergent manner, the brain uses existing patterns to arrive at a solution. Conversely, when we think divergently, the brain […]