Monthly Archives: September 2013

Just Flip It

Notes from the front lines of the flipped classroom. GUEST COLUMN | by Ralph S. Welsh It’s easy to picture a traditional classroom — a lecturing professor with rows of students watching, listening and taking notes. But that age-old model is … Continue reading

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Keeping It Real

Designing a product from a teacher’s perspective. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero A leader in innovative educational technology for 15 years, CaseNEX offers case method professional development along with an array of tools to help schools break down complex student … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Azendoo for Education

Fed up with trying to get everyone in sync? Students and teachers are overwhelmed with an abundance of information, making project organization and team collaboration a big challenge. In a group situation, sharing research and working together is almost impossible … Continue reading

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50 EdTech Infographics

It’s easy to see why infographics are so popular, quite literally. Alright, so here are (actually more than) 50 infographics that illustrate their points quite obviously — concerning everything from audiobooks, Google apps, 3D printing and texting to professors and … Continue reading

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More Than Enough

In-depth and edtech with Heather Gilchrist. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Educational technology companies don’t grow like other companies grow, says Heather Gilchrist, founder and managing director of Socratic Labs, the early stage New York-based edtech accelerator and collaborative community … Continue reading

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