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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 Corp. Exhibiting and Presenting at AMLE 2017 in Philadelphia, PA

The Annual Conference for Middle Level Education will be held in Philadelphia November 6th-8th and team members from IDE Corp. will be presenting during two sessions. Rowena McNulty, Instructional Strategies Specialist with IDE Corp., and John Fritzky, Principal at Byram Intermediate School, will be presenting It’s How You Connect Technology with Pedagogy That Transforms a […]

IDE to Exhibit at Florida Charter Schools Conference in Daytona Beach, FL Novemb...

Join IDE on November 1-3, 2017 at the Florida Charter Schools Conference in Daytona Beach, FL as educators from around the state gather to learn from one another and to promote engagement, rigor, and student responsibility for learning. Please visit us in booth 423 to learn more about how IDE is helping teachers design classrooms […]

IDE Corp. Presenting at New Jersey School Boards Association Workshop 2017

The IDE Corp. team is pleased to announce that we will be presenting at the New Jersey School Boards Association Workshop 2017. “The largest professional development event for school leaders in New Jersey”, as described by the NJSBA, will take place October 23rd-26th, 2017 in Atlantic City. Dr. Nancy Sulla, president and founder of IDE […]

Randolph New Jersey Teacher Shares LATI Classroom Success Story

Bobbi Sobel, an elementary classroom teacher at Randolph Township Schools in New Jersey, recently shared her experience of creating a Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom in an article on the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA) website. In the article, titled “Learner Active Technology Infused approach enhances student choice”, Sobel describes how students are “presented with meaningful higher order activities […]