Monthly Archives: December 2012

Interview | Arjan Khalsa Conceptualizes Math Fluency

Conceptua Math was conceived three years ago with a mission to complete a K-8 curriculum that is visually interactive and that serves students and their teachers. by Judy Faust Hartnett A whole new generation of digital math products is focused … Continue reading

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Interview | Tony Pfister Reads ClassBook

Way back in the early ’90s, what began as a textbook retailer later moved online to become one of the first online book vendors. By 1997, ClassBook.com’s then-revolutionary “e-commerce” approach to the book distribution business acted to streamline the buying … Continue reading

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Survey Says: Funds For Learning

GUEST COLUMN | by Lori Fadok In the spring of 2012, Funds For Learning conducted a nationwide survey of E-rate applicants, seeking stakeholder views on the state of E-rate and their opinions on technology priorities amidst increasing demand for program … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: How Video Games Are Changing Education

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Thinking Outside the x86 Box

New Tools for Computer Engineering and Computer Science GUEST COLUMN | By Bruce Tolley The next big thing engineering students need to know Recently, the information technology industry has been accelerating its move to solve more and more computer science … Continue reading

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