Monthly Archives: November 2010

Old School vs. New School

Just the other day a colleague asked, “Any new trends in the hardware/software area?” I thought about it for a minute, but just couldn’t get over the phrasing. Hardware? Software? Are they still calling it that these days? Is this … Continue reading

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Why Eric Davis Creates Global Citizens

A well-traveled, seasoned educator sees the failure and devastation in the American education system—and opts to do something about it. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Some people are just plain passionate, and it shows. Asked why he created Global Citizenship Experience, … Continue reading

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Interview | Christoph Knoess

Christoph Knoess is founder and president of Engaged Minds Inc. He was Senior Vice President, Sales, Marketing and Strategy, at Jenzabar Inc., a higher education administrative software company. While at Jenzabar Christoph built a consulting group focused on helping colleges and … Continue reading

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Interview | Tim Discipio

In the early 1990s, Tim Discipio and a business partner started one of the first digital design and online media companies, working directly with the original pioneers and founders of the Web—including the top 10 major search engines and portal … Continue reading

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Top 10 Apps for Faster Education Reform

10 BrainSTEM. Best used with earbuds. Student downloads app and knowledge flows straight into brain like an IV drip. Especially recommended for overnight usage. Currently available in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. 9 LunchSniffer. Scans facedown over cafeteria lunch tray, … Continue reading

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