How Valuable Teachers Find Pepper

As it grows in scope and effectiveness, online learning is going to become a greater part of the professional development landscape. We invite you to join us to discuss this and related issues at the Wired for Job-Embedded Online Learning session. [More]

A Sure Bet in Nevada: Effective Online Professional Development

In order to better prepare students for colleges and careers, schools are increasingly focusing on math and science education. To do this, teachers must be equipped with the skills and content knowledge necessary to ensure student success in these fields. Professional development in math and science have thus become a top priority across the educational landscape, and that is why the State of Nevada has established the Mathematics and Science Partnership (MSP) to help train teachers in these fields. [More]

Pepper featured in Santa Cruz Tech Beat

Santa Cruz-based non-profit O’Neill Sea Odyssey (OSO) – an organization founded by Jack O’Neill, the man who revolutionized the world of surfing when he invented the wetsuit – provides outdoor educational programs to teach students about science and the environment, using lessons aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and the Common Core. Small groups of students (grades 4-6) engage in hands-on learning aboard a sailing catamaran; after the field trip, students supplement their learning with in-classroom curriculum. [More]

CHADD and Public Consulting Group Partner to Enhance Teachers' Capacity for Supporting Students With ADHD

BOSTON, June 30, 2016 -- Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), the leading national resource for individuals with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and Public Consulting Group (PCG), leading national provider of web-based tools for educators, including Pepper, the online, interactive professional development platform, today announced their new strategic partnership and the creation of CHADD's first ADHD online learning platform for teachers, parents and providers. [More]