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IDE Corp. Presents and Exhibits at NJ Education Conferences

IDE Corp. is proud to announce that this week they will be presenting and exhibiting at two major education conferences in New Jersey. Tiffany Moutis, Superintendent of the Mansfield Township School District will be presenting with Gina Vodola, Client Solutions Specialist at IDE at the FEA/NJASA/NJASCD Fall Conference in Long Branch, NJ on Thursday October […]

The SEL-EF Connection

We know from research that social and emotional learning (SEL – casel.org) supports academic achievement and better life outcomes for students. So it’s critical that schools build practices into the day that support the advancement of SEL. As you walk through the SEL competencies, you’ll find that there are some “foundational” skills students need: In […]

What Do Equity and Efficacy Have in Common in the Classroom?

The equity conversation needs to occur at all levels of education: from Federal to state to district to school to classroom. For the purpose of this blogpost, I’d like to look into the classroom. How do we ensure that all students have access to the opportunities and resources they need to succeed at high levels? […]

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 […]

Dr. Nancy Sulla Reveals Key to Student Achievement on Middleweb.com

“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.” explains Dr. Sulla in a February 2018 article on Middleweb.com. “If students haven’t developed the brain-based skills to focus, catch and correct errors, identify cause-and-effect […]