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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 […]

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 […]

LATI Classroom Initiative in Toms River, NJ Supported Through Steelcase Active L...

IDE Corp. is proud to announce that IDE client Toms River High School North in Toms River, NJ has been selected as one of 15 recipients of the Steelcase Active Learning Center Grant. The grant received over 950 applications. Toms River High School will “receive one of four classroom types designed by Steelcase and valued […]

Join Dr. Nancy Sulla for a September 26th Webinar on Problem-Based Learning

Problem-based learning is at the core of creator Dr. Nancy Sulla’s student-centered Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom™. Shifting instruction from being teacher-directed to student-centered begins with a solid curricular foundation. A problem-based curriculum provides the inspiration and foundation for designing student-centered and student-driven classrooms.    Please join us on Tuesday, September 26th at 2pm EST for a […]