Tag Archives: blended learning

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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Cool Tool | Odysseyware

Educators are a precious resource that should be treated as such is what the people at Odysseyware believe. Providers of online and blended learning, credit recovery support as well as career and technical education (CTE), this company has listened to their … Continue reading

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