Monthly Archives: May 2014

Money Matters

Teacher training and technology can be essential to improved financial literacy for students.  GUEST COLUMN | by Odysseas Papadimitriou Financial illiteracy is not an issue that can be addressed in a single month. Just consider the way we spent ourselves into … Continue reading

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Ready to Launch

Executives from New England’s premier organization supporting edtech activity talk expansion, talent and what it takes to launch a success. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero With over 200 education technology and learning-oriented startups currently based in the Boston area, edtech is … Continue reading

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EdTech Themes in 2014

Eight key themes emerging from the buzz of edtech conference discussions.  GUEST COLUMN | by Jennifer Corriero I recently had the opportunity to participate in conferences on educational technology including sxswEDU and DML (Digital Media and Learning). This video blog (see above) shares … Continue reading

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Trends | Changing Role of K-12 Librarians

New research by MDR’s EdNET Insight team, is revealed in a new report titled, School Libraries in the Digital Age. The report profiles the current role of K-12 school librarians and media specialists to examine the evolution of changes and responsibilities … Continue reading

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Trends | 2X Learning

Why is the performance of students and teachers so unaffected by technology? Moreover, what should be done to extract genuine benefit for education from the technology revolution? In this video above, EdTech Digest contributor and advisory board member Mark E. … Continue reading

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