Monthly Archives: May 2013

Trends | Infographic: Google Apps Education Growth

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COBOL, Anyone?

Tackling the IT skills gap needs to begin at the university level. GUEST COLUMN | by Ed Airey The news is saturated with the hardships of young graduates unable to attain jobs. And, while job growth in the technology industry … Continue reading

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Reality Check

Is technology really the answer to understanding the Digital Generation? GUEST COLUMN | by Jean-Pierre Trudeau The digital generation is already more advanced in the use and understanding of technology than most teachers. So how is throwing more technology into classrooms … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Google Play for Education

It’s still early, but worth mentioning as it’s potentially pretty big news: engineering director Chris Yerga of Google recently announced Google Play for Education, an online destination where schools can find the right tablet content and tools for their students and … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Class Charts

Where a student sits and who they sit with can have a huge impact on the learning environment; Class Charts helps position students in the classroom based on behavioral or academic data. Tackling behavior issues and using this data effectively … Continue reading

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