Tag Archives: classroom technology

Finding the Right Model

Sans obstacles, gliding ahead with personalized learning. GUEST COLUMN | by Maurice de Hond Two points stood out at the recent ASU/GSV edtech summit in San Diego: there were three times more visitors than two years ago in Scottsdale, Ariz., … Continue reading

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Smart Spending

Guidelines for funding classroom technology. GUEST COLUMN| by Mike Patterson  Teachers and school administrators nationwide believe that bringing technology into classrooms boosts educational outcomes for students. Districts often purchase the next big device to “revolutionize” learning. In fact, overall education … Continue reading

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EdTech Experiment

A math teacher takes an un-calculated risk to yield an exponential value.  GUEST COLUMN | by John Choins I’ve been a teacher for 16 years, and for the last 9 years I’ve taught middle school math. Before the start of … Continue reading

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Achieving Efficacy

Integrating the right technology tools in schools to meet learning challenges.   GUEST COLUMN | by Raj Valli Most classrooms already have technology assets, according to the US Department of Education, which reports that virtually all schoolrooms have at least … Continue reading

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Even in the Summer

Working overtime to bring you workable classroom technology for the upcoming school year. GUEST COLUMN | by Danielle Hegedus Around this time of year, educators undoubtedly begin hearing well-meaning comments from those outside of their field about how “lucky” they … Continue reading

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