Desmos

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At Desmos, we imagine a world of universal math literacy, where no student thinks that math is too hard or too dull to pursue. We believe the key is learning by doing. When learning becomes a journey of exploration and discovery, anyone can understand – and enjoy! – math.

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EDUCATION TECHNOLOGY

EDX EXPANDS ONLINE CAMPUS TO BRING FREE ONLINE LEARNING ESSENTIALS TO HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS

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edX is pleased to introduce Online Campus Essentials, a free learning solution designed to meet the needs of colleges and universities that are facing resource and technology constraints in the wake of COVID-19. Many higher education institutions are experiencing ongoing impacts on teaching and learning, and this turnkey solution can assist in implementing blended and online learning. Online Campus Essentials is available for free to any accredited institution and allows their students to enroll...

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Today, Sparx – the socially focused learning technology company – is launching a national pilot for Numerise, an online, home-learning maths product for 10 to 16 year old’s covering Key Stage 3 and GCSE Maths. To support parents with the current challenges of remote schooling, Numerise is available free-of-charge over the summer period1. Numerise draws on a bank of over 38,000 handwritten questions and 9,000 video tutorials and is designed to engage, motivate and support the le...

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edsurge | March 05, 2020

When the Sloan Foundation had the bright idea to stimulate digital education at the nation’s colleges and universities a quarter of a century ago, it christened online learning as “asynchronous learning networks,” an eccentric name for what is now known simply as online learning. Since it was in its very early days, Sloan had no idea what to call it. But it surely bet on a winning horse. Eventually, the foundation invested nearly $75 million in institutions willing to test elec...

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