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Friday, January 25, 2008

T.H.E. Journal Online!

Adaptive Curriculum Launches Math and Science Activities
By Dave Nagel

Sebit this week launched a new online educational resource focused on math and science.
Adaptive Curriculum is targeted toward students in middle school and provides more than 200 STEM-oriented activities called Math and Science Activity Objects.

About Adaptive Curriculum
Adaptive Curriculum is an online learning solution provided by Sebit LLC, based in Tempe, Arizona. Adaptive Curriculum is Sebit's newest state-of-the-art e-learning solution consisting of a rich library of science and math Activity Objects designed to help students develop skills aligned to national and state standards.
Sebit is an education technology innovation company focusing on empowerment of learners and educators at the K-12 level. The Sebit team has worldwide experience of more than a decade in developing e-learning solutions by combining research-based pedagogy with state-of-the-art visualization and interaction.
Sebit is working in collaboration with Technology Based Learning and Research (TBLR) at Arizona State University for further research on curriculum alignment and classroom implementation. Also, the professional development for teachers is provided in collaboration with TBLR.

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Newfoundland Adopts Sweeping LMS Change in All Public Education
By Dave Nagel

The province of Newfoundland and Labrador in Canada has announced a new initiative that will impact all public education within its borders, from kindergarten to higher ed.
It's adopted a single LMS solution for al of its schools, colleges, and universities--the Desire2Learn Learning Environment--in an effort to unify and enhance collaborative learning.

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College of the North Atlantic
Memorial University
Centre for Distance Learning and Innovation
Newfoundland and Labrador Public Education Partners with Desire2Learn to Provide Province-Wide Learning Management System

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