Monthly Archives: July 2013

In Search of the ‘Ultimate School’

Latest Project Tomorrow poll captures online learning sentiments and shifts. GUEST COLUMN | by Sanjeev Ahuja Since education is the topic at hand, surely you can handle a little pop quiz: Who is taking the longest to embrace online learning?  A) … Continue reading

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Five Years and Counting

Lessons learned coaching Science Olympiad. GUEST COLUMN | by Mike Kwan “Hey, Dad. I joined the Science Olympiad team at St. Mary’s. I think it’s going to be a lot of fun!” That’s how it all started for me five … Continue reading

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Trends | Activate ED Rockstars

Meet education’s rock stars! Check out a new video series from Activate ED featuring some of the brightest minds in the field. The Activate ED campaign is a collaboration of  The Broad Center, Education Pioneers, and the Strategic Data Project — leading … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Modern Lessons

A structured way to effectively learn how to use the resources everyone is trying to tell you about  — that’s how Jeff Dunn, founder of Modern Lessons, describes the new site for teachers who aren’t as tech-savvy as their students. … Continue reading

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Who’s Next?

Bringing together edtech big and small. GUEST COLUMN | by Diana Stepner There’s a powerful change currently taking place in edtech. As learning can take place anywhere, anytime, the next great edtech idea can come from anywhere as well. Established … Continue reading

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