Author Archives: victorrivero

Cloud Education

A private school IT guy offers up three lessons learned by using a cloud-based phone system. GUEST COLUMN | by Rainier Apolonio When Southlands Christian Schools was faced with the challenge of moving our pre-school through 8th grade programs to … Continue reading

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Trends | Student Technology Leaders

Get a good idea of how more than 400 students in Los Angeles are supporting 1-to-1 efforts and technology integration through the video above. They’re doing it through GenYES 1:1, which prepares Student Technology Leaders (STLs) teams that become responsible for … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Common Core Quest

OpenEd, the world’s largest catalog of educational videos, games and assessments recently launched Common Core Quest – a free app available on the App Store and Google Play that can test and track the mastery of Common Core Standards. With … Continue reading

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In Control

Virtual server hosting for schools and colleges: mitigating security risks. GUEST COLUMN | by Adam Stern It’s now part of the conventional wisdom that cloud computing has altered the information technology delivery model. The steady embrace of the cloud among … Continue reading

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Blendered Learning

A practical perspective on what it takes to make it from an edtech entrepreneur. GUEST COLUMN | by Aaron Michel There’s a reason why edtech angel and venture capital are desperate for some major success stories. They are extremely few … Continue reading

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