Category Archives: Digital Curriculum

Time to Get Your Hands Dirty with #redbirdmath

We’re busy putting the finishing touches on the all new Redbird Mathematics K-7th grade digital curriculum developed in partnership with Stanford University. If you’d like to learn more about our new adaptive, personalized approach to learning math, check out this short video and/or hands-on demo to get a sense of how we’ve applied the latest […]

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The Fall and Rise of the Classroom

Classrooms as we know them are finished in the same way as Blockbuster Video and Barnes and Noble, cable TV and landline phones. Learning, however, is undergoing a Renaissance and the classroom that we’ve known must reinvent and adapt. Read the full op-ed from Jason Green, our Executive Director of Blended Learning and Professional Development.

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Webinar: A Four-Point Checklist to Prepare Students to Be Successful in Math

Register today for this special presentation on Thursday, October 24, 2014 from 4-5 PM Eastern with Rafe Mazzeo (Stanford University Professor of Mathematics) & Janet Pittock (Redbird Vice President of Curriculum for Mathematics, Educational Publishing Editor, Teacher). Learning Objectives/Outcomes: – Personalize Learning. What is adaptive learning? What do we know about this style of pedagogy, […]

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In the News: Talking #edtech and #blendedlearning

Our own Jason Green, Executive Director, Blended Learning and Professional Development, took a break from his busy schedule working with schools this back-to-school season to share his thoughts on technology in the classroom and the role of instructional technology with local TV stations and newspapers in the Miami area. Check out the clip above and […]

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Redbird Mathematics

Research Foundation Paper Download as PDF Author Introduction Stanford University‚Äôs Education Program for Gifted Youth (EPGY) is a suite of online multimedia courses based on over 40 years of pedagogical and cognitive science research carried out at the university. The courses include Mathematics, Language Arts, Physics, and Computer Science for students in K-12. While originally […]

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