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Briarcliff Manor Schools Head Back to School this Summer with IDE Corp.

Briarcliff Manor teachers have been spending the summer training with IDE Corp. to learn to teach with a learner-active approach that better supports their new technology-infused classrooms.  High school teacher Robert Saar says, “You can’t have classes that just feed them (students) facts because what value does that have in terms of expanding their minds?” […]

Technology Mindset Shift: From Means to End

If you’ve read my book, It’s Not What You Teach But How, you’ll know I promote focusing on the ends over the means of standards. It’s easy to focus on the means, or the effort, without focusing on the end, or the results. Let’s not make this mistake with educational technology. People in the business world use technology to […]

IDE Corp. to Present at Future of Education Technology Conference in Orlando, FL

IDE Corp. is pleased to announce that it has been selected for two presentations with Pasco County Schools at the 37th Annual Future of Education Technology Conference. FETC, which is described as “the largest, national, independent education technology conference, annually attracts thousands of education and technology leaders from around the world” will be held at the Orange County Convention Center […]

IDE Corp. to Present at NJASA TECHSPO’17 Conference in Atlantic City, NJ

IDE Corp. is pleased to announce that it has been selected for three group sessions with client districts at the NJASA TECHSPO’17 in Atlantic City, NJ.  Techspo is described as “New Jersey’s Premiere Educational Technology Training and Exhibition Conference for School Leaders”. Please also stop by and visit IDE Corp. at booth 104. Group sessions include: 1) […]

Randolph Reporter Describes EdTech as “Impressive” in Learner-Active, Technology

In a recent Randolph Reporter article, editor Mike Montalto, visits the Canfield Avenue School in Mine Hill, NJ and observes that when educational technology is implemented through the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom, it “can give students a new perspective on problem solving”. Having graduated from high school in 2011, Mr. Montalto reflects on his own experience […]