Monthly Archives: March 2013

What Makes EdTech Leaders Great?

Looking for edtech leadership? Look no further than these words of wisdom   CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis Education technology leaders these days are in high demand. If you are looking for great edtech leaders, it helps to know … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | SlateMath for Kids

Last week New York-based edtech company Slate Science launched its new STEM educational app called SlateMath K-1 to address a global frustration with math learning. The intuitive app takes children on a journey of playful explorations that guide them through the … Continue reading

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Trends | Internet Essentials

As you may know, there have been a number of articles in the media recently about in-home Internet and its important role in education. Pew just released a survey about how teachers use technology, and the digital divide was very … Continue reading

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Trends | 10 Key Findings of CoSN’s K-12 IT Leadership Survey 2013

The Consortium for School Networking in partnership with MCH Strategic Data has released its first annual IT Leadership survey. Providing valuable information about how education leaders are leveraging technology, one can see potential changes, trends, challenges and priorities. From IT … Continue reading

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A Little Edgenuity

An innovative, student-centered approach to instruction goes a long way  INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero They’ve built tremendous credibility with their school partners under the E2020 brand, but they’ve also evolved a great deal from their start as a company … Continue reading

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