Tag Archives: Digital Learning

Reluctant Time Travelers

Life has changed, so why hasn’t education? CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis  If I decide to dine out and I am not sure where, the first thing I do is google area restaurants on my smartphone—a few more taps … Continue reading

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Interview | Exploring Education Elements

Anthony Kim first became inspired to get involved with education technology in 2000, after working with Foothill and De Anza Community Colleges. After helping them manage several technology projects, he wondered why there was such a gap between technology use … Continue reading

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Digital Learning Day Webcast

The Alliance for Excellence in Education is hosting a National Town Hall at 1 p.m., EST featuring FCC Chairman Julius Genachowski and U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan in a special joint appearance. The event will profile great teachers that effectively use technology to deliver … Continue reading

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In Google We Trust

GUEST COLUMN | by Angela Maiers Without a doubt, my 14-year-old daughter can text paragraphs faster and more accurate than I can text one sentence. My 15-year-old son is my go-to person for all my TV, computer, and technology needs. … Continue reading

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Trends | EdTech Recognition: Still Time to Enter

Recently, education technology (edtech, or #edtech for that matter) has received a bit of a lashing in the New York Times and elsewhere as a ripple effect. I’ve been in the edtech space since pre dot com bubble days, so … Continue reading

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