Category Archives: ‘edtech’ in the news
Interesting article about schools facing the challenge of setting social media policies and the murky territory involved in what happens when friending occurs. A surprising number of questions come up, but what’s of interest is how some school districts are … Continue reading
The education market needs some help: a business incubator dedicated to education entrepreneurs might just do the trick. Great Associated Press article on NPR about a University of Pennsylvania educator creating a space in which to foster much-needed innovation in … Continue reading
Interesting article by Trip Gabriel in the New York Times about students with a different attitude toward copying stuff that’s not theirs. With access to so much information, so easily obtained and transferred (just cut-and-paste, so simple!) to their own … Continue reading
CAN INDIA DELIVER on its much-hyped low-cost tablet? CNET News.com’s Leslie Katz provides coverage of India’s answer to Nicholas Negroponte’s One Laptop Per Child program. Read it here.