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Flipping Education

As education follows the rest of the world to the cloud, there’s a new paradigm on the horizon CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis Things have to change in education, and soon. Everything’s moving to the cloud. For educators, this … Continue reading

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Innovation is Alive in Today’s Schools

GUEST COLUMN | by Britten Follett What does 21st Century Learning really mean? Each of the 115 schools that entered the Follett Challenge defined it in a slightly different manner. The Follett Challenge team is still reviewing the entries, but … Continue reading

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Meaningful Work

A 21st-century career preparation firm delivers an old and tested model in a new way INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Adrien Fraise wanted to build a “better fusion between academics and career education to help students maximize their generalist education … Continue reading

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EdTech in 2013: Three Trends Set to Have a Big Impact

GUEST COLUMN | by Becky Splitt It’s an unavoidable truth that students live a significant portion of their lives online; school research, internship applications, and social network updates make the Internet a habitual home. The continued influx of mobile devices … Continue reading

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Strong Like Donkey Kong

Are we putting our edtech efforts in the right place? CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis Almost twenty years ago, I went to college for my Masters in Education. Back then, there were people like I am now: halfway through … Continue reading

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