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Elements of a Vision

Democratic education facilitated by edtech. GUEST COLUMN | by Jack West Personalization and collaboration, choice and rigor, current yet timeless. This might be how you would describe the elements of everyone’s vision of a 21st-century education — at least, now that … Continue reading

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Out of the Server Room, Into the Classroom

The new normal for school IT administrators. GUEST COLUMN | by Joel Dolisy Classrooms have graduated from traditional to technology. In place of a blackboard, there’s an interactive smart board. Instead of clunky computers, there are sleek tablets. At this … Continue reading

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Getting More Out of PD

Three benefits of incorporating data and technology in professional learning.  GUEST COLUMN | by Kenneth Wilson As Director of Staff Development and Teacher Evaluation, I am charged with planning and implementing strategic professional learning programs for Dorchester School District Two … Continue reading

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Even in the Summer

Working overtime to bring you workable classroom technology for the upcoming school year. GUEST COLUMN | by Danielle Hegedus Around this time of year, educators undoubtedly begin hearing well-meaning comments from those outside of their field about how “lucky” they … Continue reading

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Shaping a Better Internet

Youth and schools share tips for first-time Internet users. GUEST COLUMN | by Lynette Owens Most adults are worried about children using the Internet, yet parents, teachers and guardians still fall short when it comes to teaching them how to … Continue reading

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