Educators: Enhance Language Learning with Babbel

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Educators: Enhance Language Learning with Babbel

Everyone agrees that learning a new language opens up a world of possibilities. Provide your students with strong language learning skills and they will have better opportunities in their futures. Use technology that visually reinforces what they learn in class. Babbel is the new way to enhance language learning! Educators – Try Babbel for Free: We are confident Babbel can … Read More

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Join Studica at Oswego Technology Fall Conference 2017

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Join Studica at Oswego Technology Fall Conference 2017

It’s that time of year again! Every fall the SUNY Oswego department of technology hosts its Technology Education Fall Conference. This edtech event is celebrating its 78th year. Studica has a longstanding tradition of participating in the exhibition for this conference. Around 500 educators, including teachers, faculty, and administrators in the K-16 space are expected to attend. Over two days they will … Read More

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NYSETA and NYSTEEA

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We recently had the pleasure to attend a few local technology education trade shows as an exhibitor. Both, the NYSETA (New York State Engineering Technology Association) at Erie Community College in Buffalo, and the NYSTEEA (New York State Technology and Engineering Educator’s Association) at SUNY Oswego were opportunities to meet with our customers face-to-face and introduce ourselves to new contacts.

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Technology Grant Available in CA for K-12 Registered LEA Schools!

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Technology grants available in California for K-12 registered LEA schools. EETT Formula program provides funding to assist local education agencies (LEAs) in improving student achievement through the use of technology in elementary and secondary schools. The funding supports ongoing, sustained, intensive, and high-quality professional development to integrate advanced technologies into curricula and instruction.

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