iBooks – access multimedia textbooks (and thousands of other books). Textbooks are owned by the purchaser and stored in their account – including free updates. Some textbooks are free, others available for purchase. If you have access to a Mac, use iBooks Author, another free app from Apple, to create your own multimedia textbook.
iTunes U – entire courses with syllabus, assignments, video, documents, apps, and books. Browse the available courses or create your own, all on the iPad.
Adobe Voice – free storytelling app for iPad. Use available images and icons or load your own, narrate your story, and share. It’s just that simple.
The Oklahoma Supplemental Online Course Program (OSOCP) is a state program that provides online learning opportunities for K-12 students attending any public school in Oklahoma. One purpose of the OSOCP is to broaden curriculum access and provide advancement opportunities.
Chances are, you've had reporters contact you about something that happened in your district for which they would like further information. But were you prepared?
A collection of Oklahoma education-related news of the week.
Amid budget cuts—and probably more budget cuts—OPSRC would like to remind you that RIF assistance is available to our member schools. Now that springtime is just around the corner, it’s a good time to begin thinking in terms of whether you need to implement a RIF for the ensuing fiscal year, and if so, what you need to do. Some RIFs are quite complex, requiring a lot of thinking through and strategizing.