Monthly Archives: April 2012

Interview | Scott Kraege Alleviates Mobile Pain for Education

Bring Your Own Device programs, IT policies and strategies in the K-12 and higher education sectors are all the purvey of Scott Kraege, an expert in the space and co-founder of MOBI wireless management. His work in setting up pilot … Continue reading

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Is there an Educational Tombstone for Laptops in 2012?

GUEST COLUMN | by Kris Peterson Did Apple kill the laptop in education in a mere two years? At first blush this statement seems overly dramatic, but a closer look reveals some potentially fatal news for the laptops in schools. … Continue reading

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Interview | The e2020 Vision of Sari Factor

The people behind e2020 recognized early on that there was a substantial and largely unmet opportunity for technology as a means for inspiring learning and improving academic achievement. “Technology has had a tremendous impact on the way we live, and … Continue reading

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Tech for Student-Centric Instruction & Assessment Models

GUEST COLUMN | By Nick Gaehde Data-driven instruction is an approach embraced by most educators, but establishing a process and a school culture truly focused on data has proven to be an elusive goal for many schools.  However, when you … Continue reading

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Trends | Designing a New Roadmap for Student Performance

Here’s some interesting data: More than two-thirds of U.S. public school districts provide wireless internet access, computing devices and interactive whiteboards, according to the CDW-G 2011 21st-Century Classroom Report. In order to fully integrate these powerful learning tools, however, educators … Continue reading

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