Digital Credentialing Programs Bring Tangible Results to Professional Learning

Educational institutions of all types have long had the practice of curating professional development for their staff, both to keep in line with educational standards and provide their staff building blocks to further their careers. From kindergarten, all the way up to higher education levels, professional development is commonly offered throughout the year as a means for educators to develop skill sets, keep knowledge current, pave a path for their careers.

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Top Tech Tips for Back to School!

As educators across the academic spectrum are aware, the start of school is nearly here. In a week, perhaps a few if you’re lucky, students will be back in session and the academic year will be in full swing. While this is an exciting time for all involved, we also know it can be very hectic, stressful, and a little on the chaotic side!

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Forward Edge Expands its Team of Specialists

Forward Edge is pleased to announce that Michael Roush has joined its Curriculum Integration Services Team. Michael is from the Hillsboro, Ohio, area, where he previously worked as Technology Coordinator and Consultant with the Ohio Region 14 State Support Team, specializing in educational technology, assistive technology, and Universal Design for Learning. Michael has also previously taught at the high school and college levels.

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Utilize Google Apps for Education in Your 2015 Classroom

Did you know over 40 million teachers, students and administrators in the education network are now using Google’s suite of apps, Apps for Education?

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