Monthly Archives: February 2011

Trends | 100 People Making a Difference for Digital Learning Now

With more than 100 people from across the nation, Jeb Bush and Bob Wise convened the Digital Learning Council, a group of leaders in education, government, philanthropy, business, technology and think tanks last winter to begin defining the actions that lawmakers … Continue reading

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Interview | Sublime Learning with Jonathan Mann

Jonathan Mann has long been passionate in helping teachers to understand how technology can help their students. In his own learning experiences, he didn’t always have an easy time of it, but like he’s doing in his business today—he’s surrounded … Continue reading

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Adobe Youth Voices: Empowering Youth through Technology

TakingITGlobal | by Jennifer Corriero “I think social change can come from any direction. Creative expression can be spread globally, which means it goes beyond culture, generation, gender, religion, and location. Creative expression doesn’t say ‘you should do this’ but … Continue reading

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Interview | Smart Scientist Harry Keller

For more than a century, it’s been a controversial topic among scientists and educators: what is the correct way to teach science? These days, meet Harry Keller, who claims his solution is the first to achieve this goal with a … Continue reading

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Trends: AOL Series Highlights Digital Learning

There’s a nicely done series of articles by Dana Chivvis for AOL News Nation section online, where “joining the digital learning revolution in America” gets some great press. The series includes “Homepage High: Teachers, Computers, No Textbooks” – highlighting the … Continue reading

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