Monthly Archives: July 2013

Definitive Disruption

Finally, some real fun: my edtech journey to ETIS 13. GUEST COLUMN | by Todd Marks In 1998, my first year teaching high school mathematics, I spent most of my time lecturing on the chalkboard and having students practice textbook-based … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | StudyMode

A network of educational sites and practical online learning tools, StudyMode helps students to share and review study materials such as flashcards, research papers, and book notes. They also provide access to an easy citation generator. As technology continues to evolve … Continue reading

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Living in an iPad Era

How tablets are shifting the culture at one Boston school GUEST COLUMN | by Marla Botelho Regis College is a multifaceted university in Greater Boston where 2,000 students pursue undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees in the arts, sciences and health … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Library for All

Library For All is an edtech nonprofit startup that builds a digital library platform full of inspirational and education content available to those living under $2 a day in the developing world. This unique tech solution is accessible on any device … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | TeacherLists

To help make back-to-school easier for everyone involved, School Family Media, Inc. launched, a large and fast-growing free online service for posting and sharing school supply/wish lists with parents. More than 20,000 schools from all 50 states are already … Continue reading

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