Monthly Archives: August 2013

Cool Tool | Educade

Math and science are no longer boring subjects for students thanks to Educade, a new interactive learning portal developed by GameDesk. Educade is a one-stop shop for K-12 teachers and parents, pairing a free lesson plan library with 21stcentury teaching tools. Funded by AT&T, … Continue reading

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Game Time!

It’s time for Math and Word Game Time with Josh Solt. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Frustrated by the online educational options on the market, Josh Solt created Math Game Time. “Many of the sites I came across were dated, … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Twibfy

In the education space, Twibfy is particularly useful for students working in art, design and film — virtually any visual medium. The site provides students operating within the digital arts space a platform to quickly showcase their projects, as well as … Continue reading

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Bring It Home

Breaking down learning barriers in Aurora Public Schools with Internet Essentials. GUEST COLUMN | by William Stuart While educators are still figuring out the best ways to use the Internet in the classroom, one thing is universally clear: the Internet is … Continue reading

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Thinking in the Next

UCLA Anderson partners with Adobe to create an award-winning magazine. GUEST COLUMN | by Nathan May What began as an alumni magazine for UCLA Anderson School of Management has grown into something much more: a brand differentiator for the school … Continue reading

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