Tag Archives: blended learning

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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Tech Trip

The new CEO of Glynlyon (and president of Odysseyware) discusses the future. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Beth Te Grotenhuis recently led the development and execution of the largest new product release in Odysseyware’s history and was instrumental in the … Continue reading

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