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The Bronxville School Shares New Video Highlighting Work with IDE Corp.

The Bronxville School in Bronxville, NY, has shared a new YouTube video highlighting the district’s work with IDE Corp. and the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom. “We are very pleased that we were able to bring in IDE – Innovative Designs for Education to the Bronxville School,” said district Superintendent Dr. Roy Montesano. “We feel the IDE […]

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 […]

Grade-Specific Editions of Students Taking Charge by Dr. Nancy Sulla Now Availab...

The new, second editions of Dr. Nancy Sulla’s landmark book Students Taking Charge: Inside the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom, are now available through Routledge or Amazon.  The first edition of the book, which introduced the Learner-Active, Technology-Infused Classroom™ to the world, has now become two separate volumes, a grades K-5 edition and a grades 6-12 edition. […]

IDE to Present and Exhibit at AMLE 2018 in Orlando, FL

IDE Corp. team members from our satellite office in Florida will be attending the Association for Middle Level Instruction (AMLE) Conference 2018 in Orlando, FL on October 25-27. The annual AMLE conference is described as “the most valuable and comprehensive professional development opportunity in the world for any person working with students ages 10–15.” We will be […]