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Thoughtful Integration

Connecting devices, e-content and management systems to learning GUEST COLUMN | by John Williams In this new world of tight budgets and shrinking resources, schools have never been under more pressure than they are now to get the “digital thing” … Continue reading

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Liberating Teachers

How purposeful technology integration allows teachers to facilitate deep, individualized learning for all students. GUEST COLUMN | by Bridgette Wagoner and Matt Nelson In spite of having nearly 1,600 iPads in a 1:1 setting, the Waverly-Shell Rock Community School District … Continue reading

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Teachers Use Technology to Evolve Beyond the Traditional Lecture Model

GUEST COLUMN | by Julie Smith Each day, we send more than 294 billion emails and we make more than 6 billion cell phone calls. We own more than 63 million tablet computers. Clearly, technology is a huge part of … Continue reading

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Madagascar in My Heart

An educator used to having more makes do with much less — and learns an unforgettable lesson. FEATURE | by Victor Rivero When Deb Sewell won Appleby’s Teaching Excellence Award last year, she decided to use the prize money to … Continue reading

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How Technology Can Transform Classrooms

EDTECH CHALLENGE | by Jesse M. Langley Getting technology integrated into classrooms is an extremely important move toward giving students the tools they need to succeed. But just getting new technologies into old classrooms isn’t enough. Reaching the true potential … Continue reading

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