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Acceptable or Responsible? What’s Your Use Policy?

How can school leaders build policies that are relevant to those that sign them? GUEST COLUMN | by Thomas C. Murray and Eric C. Sheninger As a former technology director (Tom) and high school principal (Eric), we’ve seen some fascinating … Continue reading

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Technology with a Purpose

How to help students use technology to make learning meaningful. GUEST COLUMN | by Gerry DiGiusto  At my son’s kindergarten orientation, the school’s teachers and principal—skilled, passionate, dedicated educators one and all—seemed most excited about the new iPads for the … Continue reading

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Making a Larger Impact

Rethinking edtech and school partnership.  GUEST COLUMN | by Mike Evans A close connection between schools and education technology companies is a formula for collective success. Moreover, that critical connection needs to consider one simple—yet important—point: school and district leaders … Continue reading

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Students on the IT Front Lines

Seven steps to creating a student-run tech support program. GUEST COLUMN | by Jon Phillips   Classrooms and learning models across the country are beginning to show signs of transformation and innovative engagement with the implementation of more technology empowered … Continue reading

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Low-Tech, High-Impact

MIT learning program challenges edtech assumptions. GUEST COLUMN | by Richard Larson Like it or not, education technology is here to stay. The industry is growing fast, bringing more smart boards, computers, iPads and mobile apps into classrooms. There’s a … Continue reading

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