Monthly Archives: February 2011

It’s Not Just a Package — It’s Our Future

TALK OF TOMORROW | by Ted Fujimoto It was the end of the business day on Tuesday, April 17, 1973, in Rochester, N.Y.. A van pulls up quickly to the curb, the driver jumps out, runs into the building and … Continue reading

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Interview | Ji Shen Accidentally Invents a HoverCam for Education

In early 2008, Ji Shen, a U.S. citizen of Chinese descent, was two years into his international educational venture called iClassmate Educational Technologies, building a learning management system with the aspiration of digitizing the entire teaching and learning process for schools. … Continue reading

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Interview | In StudySync with Robert Romano

Robert Romano is the Founder and CEO of BookheadEd Learning, LLC, the creator of StudySync. With an M.A. in Literature and the Teaching of Writing, Robert developed the successful EdVantage Software with renowned educator James Moffet, which sold to Riverdeep … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Project-based e-Mentoring

Here’s a tool with tremendous potential upon scale-up and one that answers a lot of key education questions with flying colors, such as: __Will it help advance Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) in the classroom? __Can it easily and … Continue reading

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Interview | David Lynam’s WordStash

David Lynam used to keep a text file of interesting words that he came across while reading. “I kept losing it. WordStash was a site that solved this small problem,” he says. Over time, he started adding features to help … Continue reading

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