It’s happened to all of us. You’re watching a video on SAFARI Montage while working on a playlist when you realize there is a segment in the video that works perfectly for another playlist you’ve created. And there’s no easy way to add that segment to another playlist. Until now! We’ve enhanced playlists so that now it’s easy to add content to any of your playlists.
Please join us to learn how the integration of Google Classroom with the SAFARI Montage Learning Object Repository (LOR) can provide educators and students with federated search access to curated and created digital resources from a wide variety of sources. Hear firsthand from Duncanville ISD about their experiences curating content and using the SAFARI Montage LOR to enhance teaching and learning.
Join Duncanville’s CTO, Kyle Berger, to learn how this innovative district is transforming classrooms into next generation digital learning environments designed to effectively integrate technology and visual resources into the instructional process.
Join us at TCEA 2017 and see how school districts across Texas are streamlining access to all of their favorite apps and their essential files. Learn how to optimize instructional time with easy, secure access and find out how district leaders can use analytics to understand utilization trends.
Please join us at FETC 2017 to hear from leaders from Orange County Public Schools, Monroe County Schools and Sarasota County Schools about the benefits of integrating live media into K-12 digital learning environments, including easy access to live TV, events and school news and the ability to create on-demand digital instructional resources.
Going to FETC? If so please join Rob Stratton, Dwayne Alton and Karen Babor from Lee County Schools along with Dr. Tim Clark to discover how the integration of Google Classroom with the SAFARI Montage Learning Object Repository can provide educators and students with federated search access to curated digital resources from educational publisher courseware, Open Educational Resources, including safe YouTube videos, user created Google Drive files, a video streaming library, Single Sign-On with many publishers and other interoperable resources.
During the practice of the art and science of teaching, teachers are constantly engaged in designing resources to improve the learning experiences and achievement of their students. Depending on the culture of the school, teachers often share these lesson plans, ideas, and activities with the teachers next door or across the hall of the school building. This collaboration helps everyone focus on individual strengths, and students and teachers benefit from this shared expertise.