Monthly Archives: November 2012

Cool Tool | Wowzers Mobile

By 2014, Internet access through mobile devices will overtake access via desktop computers. Everyone and everything seems to be going mobile these days. In education, online learning platform Wowzers recently launched a mobile version of its program including a complete … Continue reading

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Let’s Re-imagine Career and Technical Education

Today’s students need both academic and career preparation to succeed GUEST COLUMN | by Pete Findley For the first time in generations, students are finding themselves with an education but without a job. As our schools try to readjust to … Continue reading

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Interview | Promethean’s World Turns

The new CEO of Promethean World is moving the whiteboard, once the company’s mainstay, to a peripheral role in a full device-agnostic instructional delivery system. by Judy Faust Hartnett Before joining Promethean in 2011 as the president of North American … Continue reading

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The Plagiarism Spectrum

Preventing plagiarism in the Digital Age GUEST COLUMN | by Jason Chu Summer 2012 was awash in breaking news of journalistic misconduct, punctuated with the exposure of Jonah Lehrer’s and Fareed Zakaria’s acts of plagiarism (for a full review of … Continue reading

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You’re Never Too Old to Begin Flipping Your Classroom

GUEST COLUMN | by Wendy Roshan Before the era of smart phones, computers and digital blackboards, there was a time when teachers stood at the front of a classroom and lectured while students wrote notes with pencils. When the bell … Continue reading

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