Monthly Archives: March 2011

5 Areas (Mobile) Learning Platforms Should Address

SMARTER SCHOOLS | by Michael Spencer With (or without) an impending Android Tablet boom—blended learning should address these key education issue areas. Many of our students simply don’t get the individually focused, flexible learning they truly need in what we call … Continue reading

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Cool Tool: Glogster EDU

Check out this cool education platform—a digital poster-maker, really—that takes full advantage of technology and creates an educational tool category all of its own. The online multimedia posters that students can build with text, photos, videos, graphics, sounds, drawings, data … Continue reading

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Interview | Mary McCaffrey Wants You to TH(i)NQ

Mary McCaffrey is CEO of THiNQ Ed. Mary is responsible for setting the overall direction and strategy for the company and has more than 25 years of experience in technology and education through her various leadership roles at Pearson, Apple, … Continue reading

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Interview | Gary Hensley: The ABC’s of Prevent

Gary Hensley is founder of the data-driven, early warning dropout prevention software program, Prevent, and director for student growth at Pearson. Here, Gary shares the background for Prevent, his thoughts on education these days, and what the future holds. “It’s … Continue reading

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Interview | A Leads360 View with Jeff Solomon

“Education is undergoing a sea-change in both class recruitment and class delivery,” says Jeff Solomon, one of the founders of Leads360, a leads management software platform. Jeff is also Leads360’s Chief Evangelist. “Just as no one could have foreseen the … Continue reading

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