Monthly Archives: September 2010

Losing America

Click here for PDF version TALK OF TOMORROW | by Ted Fujimoto 5 Really Big Issues with the 21st-Century Skills Debate. In 1088, cardinal-bishop Otho de Lagery became Pope Urban II. He is known to have launched the first crusade to … Continue reading

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21 Definitions for a 21st-Century Education

Click here for PDF version I recently asked thousands of educatorswhat “21st-century skills and tools” means to them, and how one might integrate such technologies and skills into today’s classrooms. The responses were overwhelming—and surprisingly passionate. For now, I’ve selected … Continue reading

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COOL TOOL: EdTech Digest on Facebook

EdTech Digest is now on Facebook! Throw stuff on our wall, scan our info, browse our photos, join in our discussions and tell us what you think. Check us out and “Like” us here: edtech digest on Facebook

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INTERVIEW: Ian Harper

It’s an experience that sets a mood, brought to you by someone who’s been there. The mood is at once haunting and dark, almost existentialist, but countered by the bright humanity of its game-playing, geography-hopping central character. It’s immediately addicting, … Continue reading

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INTERVIEW: Justin McMorrow and Matthew Schnittman

Matthew Schnittman and Justin McMorrow both spent close to a decade at eCollege helping schools build and grow large online programs. During this time, they were consistently asked by customers about a student information system that could help them better … Continue reading

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