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When Ed Meets Tech

Inspiring entirely new ways of designing the educational process. GUEST COLUMN | by Jeff Dunn EdTech combines “education” and “technology.” Some of us occasionally forget about the education part, or underestimate the value of the technology. In either case, that’s a … Continue reading

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Empowering Partnerships

How communities and businesses can help shape STEM education. GUEST COLUMN | by P.J. Boardman For many software companies, engaging with faculty and students to improve STEM education involves making courseware, lesson plans, worksheets, and instructor guides publicly available. Software … Continue reading

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A Simple Formula

Education is not rocket science. It’s harder. GUEST COLUMN | by Elijah Mayfield Software developers working in education want to help teachers. There’s a lot of software out there that aims to fulfill this goal in the classroom, but the … Continue reading

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Global Connections

Tips for success in linking students to experts worldwide. GUEST COLUMN | by Hayley Hutchinson The days of hoping to convince experts to come to the school in person and speak to students, or begging for field trip funding are … Continue reading

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Net Effect

Why new state standards will help us all. GUEST COLUMN | by James Burnett The United States school system is undergoing a significant transformation. The rollout of the Common Core State Standards marked a new era in teaching. In the … Continue reading

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