Monthly Archives: December 2011

Cool Tool | EdTech Map

From NewSchools Venture Fund comes this interactive K-12 education technology market map. Targeted at the entrepreneurial, philanthropic, and education communities, this tool provides a visual representation of ventures currently operating in the education technology market. Funded by the Laura and John … Continue reading

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Interview | Symantec’s Mike Maxwell Tackles 3 Trends

Behind the scenes, technology solutions can keep schools and universities running smoothly, but you’d never know it, unless you talked to guys like Mike Maxwell. As National Director of State, Local and Education (SLED), Mike leads Symantec’s efforts to develop … Continue reading

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How Technology Can Transform Classrooms

EDTECH CHALLENGE | by Jesse M. Langley Getting technology integrated into classrooms is an extremely important move toward giving students the tools they need to succeed. But just getting new technologies into old classrooms isn’t enough. Reaching the true potential … Continue reading

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Cool Tools | Vocab Videos: Just Say the Word

As part of its new curriculum to help middle school students learn vocabulary, textbook publisher William H. Sadlier wanted to produce online videos to illustrate the vocabulary words. Students learning the word would click on a video that would reinforce it … Continue reading

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Trends | The Truth About Facebook and Grades


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