Monthly Archives: November 2012

Interview | Rob Lippincott on Teaching and Technology

Some fascinating stats and interesting views from Rob Lippincott, Senior VP for Education at PBS, in this interview. Rob is responsible for the development and implementation of effective public media educational services for PBS, local public television stations, students, teachers … Continue reading

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Thoughtful Integration

Connecting devices, e-content and management systems to learning GUEST COLUMN | by John Williams In this new world of tight budgets and shrinking resources, schools have never been under more pressure than they are now to get the “digital thing” … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: New School: Tech, Education and the Aftermath

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Cool Tool | netTrekker Search

Millions of educators and students have used it for more than a decade, now it’s been upgraded. Sure, it looks better — its new facelift makes it very easy on the eyes, but it’s got some brains behind the beauty: … Continue reading

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Interview | J.T. Allen Walks Students Forward with myFootpath

J.T. Allen started myFootpath in 2000 with his mother, a longtime guidance counselor. Initially, they created the company to try and make the “going to college” process easier for students and families. “As anyone that’s been through this process can … Continue reading

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