Tag Archives: blended learning

Cool Tool | Activate Instruction

A free tool that helps teachers nationwide share resources, Activate Instruction also helps students direct their own learning, and helps parents stay in touch with what’s happening at school. Founded by the Girard Education Foundation, Activate is a unique collaboration of … Continue reading

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Real Value

Leveraging edtech to graduate with career-ready skills. GUEST COLUMN | by Becky Fisher Only a few years ago, we judged colleges and universities solely on their ability to attract talented students. The higher the SAT score and GPA, the higher … Continue reading

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Thinking about Digital Reading

Reflections from the Kids & Family Reading Report. GUEST COLUMN | by Rose Else-Mitchell I am an early adopter. I can’t help it. iPod, iPhone, iPad, iPad mini (doesn’t every household need both?), the Kindle, Windows Surface, even a Chromebook, … Continue reading

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International Blend

Issues and challenges to consider when implementing blended learning internationally. SMARTER SCHOOLS | by Michael Spencer While in the United States it may (or may not) sometimes feel like business as usual in education, there are many different issues that … Continue reading

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Why Technology Isn’t The Only Answer

Marrying the best of both digital and analog worlds for greater student outcomes. GUEST COLUMN | by Shawn Collins When we think of the challenges affecting today’s educators, we can be overwhelmed with information. We have access to numerous whitepapers, … Continue reading

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