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Until recently, ENA reached out to you through our Get Connected newsletter (which are archived here). Today, we offer more convenient, timelier and powerful ways to get and stay connected with others who share your concerns and interests: the ENA blog and our presence on Facebook and Twitter! Through these social media channels, we continue to share customer success stories, ENA and industry news, and national and state education policy updates, only now you can get this content immediately and with the opportunity—and a standing invitation—to join a dialogue about them anytime you please! We encourage you to reach out to us over Facebook and Twitter anytime!
We’re mobile! Are you? Imagine you have a student or group of students traveling to a local hospital, government office, business or community program where they’ll be shadowing a career in action or working with a local mentor. Wouldn’t it be great if that student could connect back to the classroom throughout the day to […]Read more »
ENA, CoSN and eLearn Institute Unveil Suite of Resources to Prepare School Districts for New Online Assessments Resources – Including New White Paper, Case Studies and Readiness Checklist – Provide Recommendations and Best Practices to Help Districts ‘Raise the Bar’ Washington, DC (February 19, 2014) – Education Networks of America (ENA), in collaboration with the […]Read more »
Guest post by Tonia Carriger, Director of Business Development at the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration (CILC). We all know students want to know WHY? WHY do I need to know this? WHY do I have to do this assignment? WHY is this information important for later? CILC is trying to help teachers with […]Read more »
Newly Launched 2014 Vision K-20 Survey will measure classroom, school, campus, district, and state progress toward achieving the SIIA Vision for K-20 Education Washington, D.C. (Jan 29, 2014) – In conjunction with FETC 2014, the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) announces the launch of its seventh annual Vision K-20 Survey. Sponsored by the […]Read more »
CoSN is conducting its second annual IT Leadership Survey! Take the opportunity to share your insights along with hundreds of other leaders and professionals to create benchmarks for the ed tech industry. Shared challenges. Shared opportunities. For the past two years, our study has provided critical data that uncovers key challenges faced by technology leaders […]Read more »
In a blog for MindShift, David Price takes a look at an age-old discussion: student engagement (or disengagement, as the case may be). He cites a study that focused on “the association between school engagement and adult education and occupation outcomes” and tracked Australian students over a period of twenty years. (That study can be […]Read more »
Here we are in 2014 where, for better or worse depending on your perspective, much has changed and much has stayed the same. I’ve read more “education trends/technologies to come in 2014” blogs and articles than I could shake stick at, and while I’m not naive enough to think that the majority of the trends/technologies […]Read more »
Aerohive Networks®, a leader in controller-less Wi-Fi and cloud-managed mobile networking for the enterprise market, today announced that managed Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider Education Networks of America (ENA) has chosen Aerohive Networks’ technology as a key underpinning for its ENA Air managed Wi-Fi service. ENA Air brings complete, turnkey Wi-Fi connectivity to schools and libraries for […]Read more »
Distance learning and videoconferencing connect students worldwide to rich classroom content that otherwise would not be possible to reach. Many ENA schools bring videoconferencing programs to their classrooms to build and extend learning for their students from kindergarten through grade 12. Just this week Cumberland County health science students in Tennessee connected with the Center […]Read more »
Celebrating distance learning opportunities extends to school leadership teams, and the Tennessee Valley Learning Network has embraced ENA Live as a distance learning tool for 60 cohort leaders in five districts throughout southeast Tennessee. Leaders from Bradley County, Monroe County, Marion County, Polk County, and Sweetwater Schools use ENA Live as part of their National […]Read more »