Monthly Archives: October 2013

Watch This | String Theory Schools – Empower the Mind

GLAD FOR iPAD. A high-tech arts oriented charter school in Philadelphia presents a special gift for every student and madness ensues. 1:27 Source: String Theory Schools Disclaimer: EdTech Digest does not get paid to feature any of these videos, they … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Polls by Blackboard

We know that major shifts in education are largely being driven by mobile, social and digital technology – forcing educators to look differently at the way teaching is delivered and how learning happens. As one of the leading education technology … Continue reading

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Check It

A patent-pending grammar checking technology provides another (digital) set of eyes. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero  More than three million writers worldwide trust Grammarly’s products, which are also licensed by more than 150 leading universities and corporations. The product makes … Continue reading

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Watch This | What Most Schools Don’t Teach

A SLAM DUNK. Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and others offer inspiring words for students who want to know more about what coding is and why do it. 1:17 Source: Code.org Disclaimer: EdTech Digest does not get paid to feature any … Continue reading

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Mentor Them

How mentoring can increase student engagement and job placement rates. GUEST COLUMN | by Katie Connor In 2009, the Leeds School of Business at University of Colorado established the Leeds Professional Mentorship Program, with the goal of providing individualized professional … Continue reading

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