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Trends | Learning Exponentially, Advancing Potential

LEAP Innovations, a nonprofit transforming learning by connecting education and innovation for teachers and students, recently announced it is now accepting applications for the third cohort of its Pilot Network program, an initiative that identifies, implements and evaluates personalized learning … Continue reading

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Trends | Are You Future Ready?

A call to action, a vision for learning enabled through technology, and a collection of recommendations and real-world examples, the 2016 National Education Technology Plan builds on the foundation of the 2010 plan (they’ve come out every four-ish years beginning in 1996, … Continue reading

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Trends | IMS Global Learning Consortium 2015 Report

With worldwide education sector technology spending set to reach $67.8 billion in 2015, according to Gartner, Inc., identifying and understanding pragmatic trends in the application of technology to improve learning is the focus of a new report from IMS Global … Continue reading

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Trends | Hour of Code at Apple Stores

As part of Computer Science Education Week, Apple (among hundreds of other people, groups, companies, etc.) is participating in Hour of Code with special events and workshops. The workshops will take place on December 10 at local Apple Retail stores, … Continue reading

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Trends | Mythbusting Admissions

Gil Rogers and Michael Stoner have written an informative paper about where prospects and professionals agree—and disagree—on enrollment, marketing, messages and channels. What’s interesting are the gaps between what the pros think they know and how actual students really feel. These … Continue reading

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