Monthly Archives: May 2011

Interview | Find Nic Borg on Edmodo

As co-founder of Edmodo, Nic Borg provides teachers and students a secure social network for classroom use. That’s no small feat, and if it sounds a bit like Facebook for education, Edmodo numbers would surely echo that fact. At two … Continue reading

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Trends: Horizon Report 2011

The annual Horizon Report identifies and describes emerging technology considerably impacting these areas: teaching, learning and creative expression. For the second straight year, their K-12 Edition of the report identified cloud computing as a technology to watch. It’s an interesting … Continue reading

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Interview | Rudy Azcuy: What You Can Do with Ci2

After working in the field of education for over twenty years there was always one question that persisted to elude Rudy Azcuy: Why is professional development not meeting the needs of teachers more effectively? Being logical and wanting to do … Continue reading

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Interview | Shilpi Niyogi Assesses Education

As part of Pearson, the world’s leading learning company, the Assessment & Information group remains committed to improving the lives of people by championing innovation that embraces higher standards, teacher effectiveness, college and career readiness, school improvement, and applications for … Continue reading

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Interview | Melissa Pickering says, ‘iCreate to Educate’

In June 2010, Melissa Pickering launched iCreate to Educate, a learning company providing technological tools, with a strong belief that more hands-on, project-based tools and activities should be a part of the K-12 classroom experience. As a former mechanical engineer … Continue reading

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