Monthly Archives: June 2014

Second to None

Beyond video games, online program aspires to help students master mathematics. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero While the national media has been putting a lot of focus into harnessing games in the classroom to teach core subjects, a local company has been … Continue reading

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Life After Graduation

Revitalizing career and technical education programs. GUEST COLUMN | by Jeff Lansdell With the introduction of Common Core State Standards and the demand for 21st century learning, K-12 districts around the country are putting an increased emphasis on preparing students … Continue reading

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Trends | EdTech Bubbles

Looking for an edtech bubble? Here are plenty of them. As venture capitalists continue to pour the big bucks into edtech, reporter Dan Abendschein shares an interactive graph with New Schools Venture Fund data. Each bubble represents one of over a … Continue reading

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Helping Teachers Help Students

Former educators create technology platform to aid teachers in reaching every student.  PROFILE | by Victor Rivero “At Goalbook, teachers are heroes.” This philosophy has clearly guided the company from its inception in 2011. Two years later, the company has … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Universal Search

Destiny Library Manager 12.0, released by Follett recently, includes Universal Search, the new interface that allows students to seamlessly search and access all print and digital content. Whether reading ebooks or conducting research, students can now access the content they … Continue reading

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