The New York City Department of Education has awarded Tech4learning the contract to deliver high-quality professional development to private schools in the Diocese of Brooklyn, which services over 30,000 students in the Brooklyn and Queens areas of New York City.
Tech4Learning announces the release of Share 4.1, an update to its award-winning project authoring tool.
Tech4Learning’s Share 4 multimedia authoring tool wins ComputED Gazette EDDIE Award for Best Educational Software in the category of Middle School Project Authoring. The EDDIE Awards target "innovative and content-rich programs and websites that augment the classroom curriculum."
Topics: creative software, common core, share, 21st century classroom, multimedia
As an award-winning leader in providing 21st century tools, Tech4Learning announces the release of Share 4, software secondary students use to build media literacy as they actively engage with classroom content.
Topics: creativity, creativity software, share, productivity software, technology integration
Tech4Learning has been awarded a five-year contract by the Department of Defense Education Activities to continue to provide enterprise-wide software solutions to students in the DoDEA system. Students will have access to all Tech4Learning products on any computer in the system, including market leaders Pixie, Share, and Frames. DoDEA students will also take advantage of cloud-based services Wixie, K12Share, and Recipes4Success to build essential 21st century communication skills.
Topics: pixie, creativity software, frames, share, Wixie, dodea, technology, K12Share
Tech4Learning releases K12Share.com–a safe, secure service for publishing content created in Share. Students can use K12Share to manage a digital portfolio of classroom work developing essential 21st century skills. Teachers can use K12Share to view student published work as well as present information about their classes to parents and the community.
Topics: share, cloud, 21st century classroom
ComputED Gazette included Wixie and Share in its 17th Annual Best Educational Software Awards. The Awards target innovative and content-rich programs and websites that provide parents and teachers with the technology to foster educational excellence. Wixie won an Early Elementary award for Multimedia Creation Website and Share won the same award for Upper Elementary.
Topics: creative software, creativity software, share, Wixie, students, technology, technology integration, multimedia, awards, BESSIE