Monthly Archives: April 2013

Cool Tool | Soo Meta

If you’re flipping your classroom or want to engage your students by letting them build mixed media stories, then Soo Meta, a new digital storytelling platform is a tool for you. Teachers and students can collect, sort, edit and present … Continue reading

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How Videos of Guinea Worms Inspire My Students

A teacher’s perspective on the world of possibilities media in the classroom provides GUEST COLUMN | by Emily Dawson As teachers, we are always looking for ways to ensure our students are not left behind. Responding to an increasingly high-tech … Continue reading

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Future Focus

The STEM of all workforce diversity solutions   GUEST COLUMN | by Cecily Joseph There are many business benefits to having a diverse technical workforce. Diversity provides different perspectives, which can help solve a challenging problem or inspire an innovative idea … Continue reading

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Directing Technology

A small southern school district makes its way forward into the 21st century INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero As the Technology Director for 3,400-student Alma School District in Alma, Arkansas, Thad Nipp wants more for his school: more interactive classrooms, … Continue reading

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Water on Mars

The amazing new world of interactive learning GUEST COLUMN | by David Straus Why Interactive Imagine you grew up in the 70’s, aka “the television generation”. Television as an interactive medium was your daily experience. Then one day, someone took … Continue reading

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