Monthly Archives: September 2013

See It, Text It

Boston implements a cool new tool for schools.  GUEST COLUMN | by Michael O’Neill It takes a lot of courage to stand up to a school bully. For schools, the key is helping our students know that we will stand … Continue reading

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Let Freedom Reign

Open Education Resources and the positive disruption of the publishing industry. GUEST COLUMN | by David Harris The case for positive disruption of the publishing industry is well documented.  Those of us with publishing and edtech backgrounds are well aware … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Special Ed Goes High Tech

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Play It Again, Nolan

Atari founder Nolan Bushnell has a game-changer in store for education. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Before there was Apple, there was Atari. And behind Atari was Nolan Bushnell. One of the founding fathers of the video game industry, he … Continue reading

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Bring Back The Joy Of Learning

 Implementing competency-based education and personalized learning.    GUEST COLUMN | by Fred Hurst Every student has taken a class that was easy, either because the material was easily understood or they already knew it. Every individual has different capabilities and … Continue reading

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