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Robots Go To School

Fun and learning with NAO robots at Southern Connecticut Hebrew Academy. GUEST COLUMN | by Mark Sills Southern Connecticut Hebrew Academy, located in Orange, Conn., is integrating NAO robots into its technology program, designed to promote the use of technology as … Continue reading

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Concept Mastery

In today’s digital world, students read, examine, manipulate and interact on their device. GUEST COLUMN |by Jim Bowler As I travel around the country visiting schools, I observe one noticeable absence in many classrooms―no textbooks. Increasingly, teachers are turning to … Continue reading

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Turning on the Quadcopter

Boy, there must be a better way to teach math and science! GUEST COLUMN | by Elad Inbar Victoria is a 10th grader at a school in Austin Independent Schools in Texas. Some of her fellow students have already had babies, which they … Continue reading

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The International Startup

How to establish your presence across borders without limits. GUEST COLUMN | by Justin Hutchings A startup, regardless of the industry, faces three common challenges: 1) developing a plan; 2) finding the right people; and 3) executing the plan. Add the … Continue reading

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Less Paper, More Power

Reducing paper in the classroom can increase educator efficiency. GUEST COLUMN | by Laura Thrasher Many educators find that technology can help them teach in new and effective ways, but some inefficiencies remain. Even if you do your best to … Continue reading

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