Monthly Archives: December 2012

Living in a Digital World We Don’t Understand

Teaching 21st-century skills for 21st-century jobs GUEST COLUMN | by Cat McManus The term “21st century skills” gets thrown around a lot in educational circles. Some use this term to mean “computer literacy.” Others expand the concept to include a “range … Continue reading

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Interview | Miro Kazakoff Forms a Great SAT Habit

SAT Habit is an online Test Preparation system designed to help students raise their scores as efficiently as possible. Miro Kazakoff and his partners built SAT Habit based on their experience as both test prep teachers and as software developers. … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | MultiTouch Displays

Technology’s role in the classroom has increased significantly and interactive touch displays are a good example of technology that is changing the learning environment. MultiTouch Ltd., a provider of interactive touch displays, is bringing touch technology to classrooms with MultiTaction cells. For use with … Continue reading

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Interview | Andrew Geant is a WyzAnt

At its most basic level, WyzAnt.com is a place where parents and students can go to find private tutors in their area, but what makes it so special are the resources it offers parents and students to ensure they find … Continue reading

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Interview | Jason Burd Soars with Math and Technology

We hear all kinds of talk about education technology in the media and lots of industry buzz as well. Now let’s turn to a teacher in the trenches, someone who uses technology and knows what it’s like to encourage students … Continue reading

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