Monthly Archives: August 2011

Cool Tools | STEM: How to ‘Change the Equation’

Take four visionary leaders—former Intel CEO Craig Barrett, Time Warner Cable CEO Glenn Britt, Xerox CEO Ursula Burns, Eastman Kodak CEO Antonio Perez—add the inspirational Sally Ride Science CEO Sally Ride—include support from Carnegie Corporation of New York and the … Continue reading

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Cultivating a Tech Integration Plan: 5 Simple Steps

21st-CENTURY LEADER | by Bryan O’Black In the world of laptops, interactive whiteboards, classroom performance systems and iPads—the role of the school administrator has changed. Many of us are becoming more tech-savvy, relying on various technologies to perform day-to-day responsibilities. … Continue reading

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Cool Tools | CoSN’s 2011 Top 10 Back-to-School Tools for EdTech Leaders

Summer’s done but the work’s just begun: here’s a helpful list providing all kinds of cool tools for those dealing with school technology issues. You may need to be a CoSN member for some of these items. These tools are … Continue reading

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Interview | Rohit Agarwal and Andrew Joseph: Getting TenMarks

The U.S. is behind most economically developed nations when it comes to students’ math skills, ranked 34th according to a PISA report in 2009. “In order for the U.S. to maintain global competitiveness, and for our economic development, it’s critical that … Continue reading

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Trends | Social Networking and Education

In case you missed it (this one came out nearly a year ago from SocialCast and Mark Horton), here are a few stats brought together in an attractive format for your viewing pleasure (yep, that’s what an infographic is all … Continue reading

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