Exploring SAS Curriculum Pathways & Instructional Technology
In the summer of 2012, we launched an Algebra 1 Course. That’s right, an entire standards-aligned course! And this resource is much more than a typical math textbook. PLUS, now it’s a cross-platform resource! Yes, you read that correctly, cross-platform. That means this resource can be used on the PC, iPad, and […]
Mobile is at the forefront of our edtech development here at SAS Curriculum Pathways—not simply because it's the hottest emerging hardware technology entering classrooms around the world, but because of the exciting possibilities it brings to traditional learning environments. We’ve known for years that simply dropping off hardware in the classroom […]
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As often as I can, I like to ask English teachers about the types of SAS Curriculum Pathways resources their students respond to and enjoy. Many of them will talk about Writing Navigator, Exploring Poetry about Sports, or Punctuation Rules! And I frequently hear about how much students enjoy the […]
No Cost. No Catch. How One Company Hopes to Close the Achievement Gap by Lucy Kosturko was originally posted on Getting Smart. Tucked along the northern coast of Spain lies the Cave of Altamira. For those who haven’t brushed up on your Upper Paleolithic history in a while, the Cave of […]
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Every school day thousands of teachers and students use the over 1,500 free resources in SAS Curriculum Pathways. Many will visit the most popular lessons, tools, and apps, such as Writing Navigator, the Algebra course, or the U.S. History document-analysis series. All are enormously helpful to students and teachers. But the 1,500 resources also […]
This morning I had changua for breakfast. This typical breakfast soup is made with leche (milk), agua (water), cebolla (onion), cilantro, pan (bread) and un huevo tibio (a poached egg). Changua is a common Colombian dish that my parents served often. They are from Bogotá, so we often had other […]
Are you one of the more than 240 million users of Google Drive? Are you using Google Docs in the classroom, for work or life? Whether you are writing a narrative essay for your 5th-grade teacher due in two days, summarizing your methods and results for the lab report due […]
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In-Demand Job Skills and the (Mobile) Learning Process by Lucy Kosturko was originally published on Getting Smart. At a recent high school practice, an earnest young player asked her coach if he’d like to see her certificate from soccer camp. “I made an A,” she said. The coach—with characteristic athletic-department […]
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There is no shortage of research pointing to the importance of parental engagement in a child’s education. Proactive engagement in reading and math activities is especially important in the preschool years to prepare young students for kindergarten. It's no surprise the Office of Educational Technology recommends creating apps that encourage […]
Are you looking for resources that teach linguistic competence (about the language) and communicative competence (meaningful communication)? Spanish Grammar in Practice has 11 interactive resources that enhance listening, reading, and writing skills with extension activities for speaking skills. Each offers three levels of Spanish instruction--beginning, intermediate, or advanced--with the focus […]
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