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Tanya Bosco, IDE Corp. Executive VP and Author, to Present at FETC 2020 in Miami

Tanya Bosco will be presenting with Kara Smucker, Principal of Quail Hollow Elementary School in Pasco County, Florida. They will present “Beyond Blended: Making the Shift From Compliance to Engagement” on Thursday, January 16, 2020 from 1:00 PM – 1:40 PM. Tanya will also be signing copies of “Students Taking Charge Implementation Guide for Leaders” […]

Focus 2020: Encourage Students to “Make It” and “Solve It”

This post is third in a series of six to get ready for the new year . . . The year 2020 reminds me of perfect vision! 2019 was a year of many initiatives, goals, and needs; it’s time to put everything in focus. Here are the links if you missed the first or second […]

Randolph, NJ Teacher Bobbi Sobel Shares LATIC Success In TV Interview

Bobbi Sobel, a 5th grade classroom teacher at Shongum Elementary School in Randolph, NJ, was interviewed on November 29, 2019 by Steve Adubato on his TV program, One-on-One with Steve Adubato. She shared her experiences and successes in her Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom. Bobbi describes her training in the LATI Classroom with IDE and the positive […]

The Bronxville School Shares New Video Highlighting Work with IDE Corp.

The Bronxville School in Bronxville, NY, has shared a new YouTube video highlighting the district’s work with IDE Corp. and the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom. “We are very pleased that we were able to bring in IDE – Innovative Designs for Education to the Bronxville School,” said district Superintendent Dr. Roy Montesano. “We feel the IDE […]

LATIC: A Four-Year Transformational Process

Happy 30th LATIC anniversary to me! I’ve been working with teachers and administrators to design Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classrooms promoting student engagement, empowerment, and efficacy for thirty years now. While my thinking on various structures and strategies and our approach to professional development has evolved over the years, something that has remained constant has been the […]