Monthly Archives: July 2010

Interview | Ellen Siminoff

Ellen Siminoff is the founder and CEO of Shmoop, an expanding collection of lively online learning guides created by experts and educators. Siminoff is the other half of a Silicon Valley power duo. Her husband David, a co-founder of Shmoop, was … Continue reading

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Interview | Mark Weston

Mark Weston is an education strategist for Dell. He has more than 33 years experience in enhancing education for all student through the use of technology combined with effective educational practices. He has worked for Apple, Education Commission of the … Continue reading

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Interview | BuzzMath with Carl Malartre

If there’s any subject that gets a stronger reaction than most, it’s math. Love it or hate it, some students find it one of the most difficult subjects in all of their academic experience. With increased focus on STEM fields (science, … Continue reading

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TRENDS: Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8- to 18-Year-Olds

Generation M2: Media in the Lives of 8- to 18-Year-Olds is the data we’ve all been waiting for. The third in a series by the Kaiser Family Foundation, the national survey sheds light on young people’s media use. In 1999, … Continue reading

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ZDNET: India’s US$35 tablet–how low can it go?

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.

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