Monthly Archives: January 2012

Trends | Infographic: The Lowdown on Social Media and College Admissions

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Trends | Teachers Want More Access to Classroom Technology

A national survey from PBS LearningMedia—a new and free media-on-demand service featuring over 18,000 digital assets from national organizations like NASA, National Archives and PBS programs—finds teachers want even more access to classroom technology. PBS LearningMedia released Monday at FETC that 93 … Continue reading

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Interview | A Question of Academic Merit

He comes from a long line of teachers, and Ogden Morse is a teacher himself. Back in 2004, he co-founded AcademicMerit with other current and former teachers to develop web-based solutions specifically targeting English language arts in grades 7-12, “a … Continue reading

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How Education Fails Technology (And What to Do About It)

SHIFT PARADIGM | by Mark E. Weston Education has failed technology. Yes, you read that correctly. Education has failed technology. To understand why this is, not vice versa, requires understanding what the research literature makes clear: It is possible to … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Can Apple Save Education?

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