Monthly Archives: July 2014

Acts of Humanity

Consider this for an educational use of Twitter.  GUEST COLUMN | by M.O. Thirunarayanan The “Tweet about Acts of Humanity” project is something that I started to encourage people to tweet about acts of humanity performed by others that they … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | LearnFit Desk

Digital times call for digital-oriented desks. In an age of one-size-does-not-fit-all, Ergotron, a digital display mounting, furniture and mobility products company, announced its first adjustable desk for the education space. The LearnFit™ Standing Desk is designed to support “active learning” to … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Spiral

A social learning platform created to help engage students through the use of mobile devices, Spiral provides interactive lessons and real-time data collection building a positive and engaging experience ensuring a more efficient lesson delivery. The app creates a unique … Continue reading

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Winning with Digital Arts

Boys & Girls Clubs of America encourages STEM education. GUEST COLUMN | by Edwin Link Few issues are more important to the future of our nation than science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). According to the National Science and Technology … Continue reading

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Keeping Track of Technology

Challenges schools face tracking assets and how technology can help. GUEST COLUMN | by Brian Sutter Advances in technology have a significant impact on the way companies do business – streamlining procedures and increasing employee productivity.  That same technological impact … Continue reading

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