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Curation and Assessment

A brief discussion of the two major challenges facing edtech. GUEST COLUMN | by Alan Greenberg Curation, finding relevance   With a billion downloads on iTunes U, even greater numbers on YouTube Education, then add TedED, Khan Academy, EDx, Coursera … Continue reading

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Fuel Your Passion

Empower your interests through technology and online learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Chris Waldron The inherent nature of school curriculums encourage teachers to instruct their students by adhering to strict lessons plans in order to achieve milestones and success on … Continue reading

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Conditions for Learning

Maintaining a safe and ethical school environment in a social media age. GUEST COLUMN | by Michelle Vroom Their voices can be loud and their stares intimidating. Hatred is laced in their messages. And, in some cases, their impact can … Continue reading

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The Opportunity Gap

Real-world perspective from the founder of a purpose-driven group of innovators. GUEST COLUMN | by Andrew Coy The achievement gap is a well-known problem in schools today. When I started teaching social students at Digital Harbor High School, I found … Continue reading

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DS Challenge

The data security challenge — and what to do about it. GUEST COLUMN | by Steven Grant The shift to electronic records, without a doubt, has allowed schools to operate more efficiently. Digital records keep student information accessible and in … Continue reading

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