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Dr. Sulla Writes on Educational Spaces and Executive Function in Essentials Maga...

“The history of classroom design has been to focus on teaching…; but what if, instead, we design classrooms that focus on learning…?” asks Dr. Nancy Sulla in her latest article “Designing Educational Spaces That Support Executive Function” in the Fall 2018 issue of Essentials magazine. “Executive function skills are not strengthened through lessons as much […]

Superintendent of Schools Shares IDE and the LATI Classroom in Bold Agenda for N...

Dr. Robert Pritchard, the Superintendent of Schools in South Orangetown, NY shared the role of IDE Corp. during the coming school year in a September 25th article in the Rockland County Times. “In the Learner Active Technology Infused Classroom (LATIC), students engage in real-world problems that provide an opportunity to build skills and concepts by […]

IDE Awarded Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) Certification in NYC

IDE Corp. is pleased to announce it has been awarded Woman-owned Business Enterprise (WBE) certification in New York City. The NYC M/WBE website states that “the Mayor’s Office of Minority and Women-owned Business Enterprises (M/WBE) was created to address historic disparities in City contracting and provide minority and women entrepreneurs increased opportunities to do business […]

IDE and Toms River Schools LATIC Cohort Inspires Winning Steelcase Grant

A recent article on the district website describes how IDE Corp. and the Toms River Regional Schools are continuing with a Learner-Active, Technology-Infused (LATIC) cohort in the high school this school year. The article explains how LATIC “principles include empowering students to take ownership of their learning; cross-curricular units; pushing students’ thinking through collaboration and […]

Dr. Nancy Sulla Examines Educational Spaces and Executive Function in EdSpaces I...

“The history of classroom design has been to focus on teaching, with students being able to face the front of the room for lessons; but what if, instead, we design classrooms that focus on learning, with an emphasis on ensuring growth in executive function that will lead to student achievement?”, asks Dr. Sulla in a […]