Monthly Archives: November 2012

Trends | Infographic: Undergraduate Students and Technology

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“Adaptive” Learning Technologies: Pedagogy Should Drive Platform

GUEST COLUMN | by Tim Hudson The world of ed-tech is moving rapidly. As new learning software is created, the word “adaptive” is increasingly being used in claims describing how technologies personalize and individualize learning for each student. As the … Continue reading

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Interview | Betsy Peters Looks within PossibilityU

The team behind PossibilityU, a college admissions assistance company, recognized that despite the volumes of information available to students about selecting a path beyond high school — there is a growing guidance gap. The scope of the guidance office is … Continue reading

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The Shifting Paradigm

Issues with the legacy instructional model in K-12 education GUEST COLUMN | by Charles H. Heinle The typical instructional sequence beyond the early grades (K-3) of teacher-led core classes consists of explanation/lecture/discussion > practice > test, with reading and assignments … Continue reading

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Wireless for the Next Generation

GUEST COLUMN | by Sean O’Malley As teaching and learning evolves, university technologists need to evolve their infrastructure to keep pace with those changes. Unlike corporate environments where standards can be tightly controlled, university campuses are, by and large, a … Continue reading

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