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Dr. Nancy Sulla Joins Larry Ferlazzo on Radio Show to Discuss “Do Now” Activitie

Dr. Nancy Sulla joined Larry Ferlazzo, on his latest online radio show to discuss “Do Now Activities: What Works, What Does Not”. Along with fellow Education Week contributors, Michele L. Haiken, and Matt Homrich-Knieling, Larry and Nancy explored the dos and don’ts of Do Nows. Dr. Sulla supported the WHY behind students planning and scheduling what they will […]

IDE Corp. to Present and Exhibit at Techspo ’18 in Atlantic City

IDE Corp. is pleased to announce we will be exhibiting and presenting at Techspo ’18 – New Jersey’s Premier Educational Technology Training and Exhibition Conference for School Leaders and Educators. Members of the IDE Corp. team will showcase with school partners throughout the conference which is held in Atlantic City NJ from January 25 through January […]

SOCSD Asst. Superintendent Observes That Students Who Teach Each Other, Learn Be...

Brian Culot, Ed.D., Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum & Instruction of South Orangetown Central School District in South Orangetown, NY has shared some observations on student retention in his latest blog post. A client of IDE Corp. for several years, Culot describes how the district and IDE have been working “to create highly-engaging problem and project […]

An Empathy-Driven Design Process

The engineering design process (see video) is about creating that which does not yet exist. You formulate a problem, explore content related to it, ideate to brainstorm possible solutions, sift through those to select the most effective and feasible, simulate the solution through a prototype you can test, and then, advocate for that solution.   […]