Monthly Archives: October 2011

Cool Tool | Teacher Wall

What’s the biggest challenge you face in your classroom? How do you tackle it? What has been your greatest success as a teacher? …and lots of other great discussion topics are all at the Teacher Wall from Scholastic and the … Continue reading

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Interview | Andrew Grauer: Course Hero and the Innovation Explosion

The CEO of this open learning platform seeks to create a positive and disruptive impact on education. Whether a student wishes to become an expert in macroeconomics or she is interested in learning more about abstract expressionism, the Course Hero … Continue reading

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Interview | Jim O’Connor and Patrick Maher: Setting the Records Straight

Over the last decade, leaders and administrators have infused helpful technologies into all aspects of education—including the registration, enrollment and record-keeping process. However, did you know that by graduation, the average student file grows to nearly 200 physical pages? Further, registration … Continue reading

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Why Five Years Later, Skype is an Education Game Changer

EDTECH CHALLENGE | by Jesse M. Langley Months before Skype in the Classroom became a regular, endorsed tool— teachers were flocking to the video calling program. Teachers, like the innovators they are, set up websites where they could connect with … Continue reading

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Interview | Steve Garrison Builds Infoblox for Education

With more than 20 years in the networking industry, Steve Garrison has held a variety of marketing roles where he developed and implemented multi-level global strategies to drive substantial revenue and market share growth. Prior to joining Infoblox where he … Continue reading

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