Monthly Archives: January 2013

Strong Like Donkey Kong

Are we putting our edtech efforts in the right place? CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis Almost twenty years ago, I went to college for my Masters in Education. Back then, there were people like I am now: halfway through … Continue reading

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How the Educational Revolution Will Cause Problems and Create Solutions

(The Future of Education is a Mess and That’s a Good Thing) GUEST COLUMN | by Farb Nivi The future of education and learning is going to be messy. Messier than it is today. While the prospect of such a … Continue reading

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A Demand for Supply

Marc Netka’s standout, no-nonsense approach to providing schools with needed technology INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero They’re on the Inc. 500 list, but that doesn’t mean they’re high rollers by any measure. In fact, they’re just a bunch of regular … Continue reading

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1:1 Computing: More Than Devices

Provoking thought and action toward effective digital teaching and learning THOUGHT LEADERSHIP | by Eliot Levinson, et al. This article is the second of three 1:1 computing papers from the BLEgroup Thought Leadership Consortium, which brings together a small number … Continue reading

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Goodbye Reading Journals, Hello Social Networking

GUEST COLUMN | by Maddie Witter Want to increase rigorous literacy skills without putting kids to sleep? Below are ideas to sprinkle into your instruction that will leave kids smiling and have lasting impact on achievement. For you edtech junkies … Continue reading

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