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A Terrific Friend

How technology can inspire a joy of reading. by Victor Rivero In The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield says a good book is one that, when you’re done reading it, “you wish the author … was a terrific friend … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Brainzy

Today, kids can finally play, have fun, and really learn with a new online learning system – and new friends like Officer Ice Cream and Penelope Pegacorn. Education.com has announced Brainzy, a first-of-its-kind learning program now available with over 300 fun games, videos, and stories … Continue reading

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Early Childhood Education and the Cloud

New ways the cloud can benefit education and what to look for in a cloud-hosted curriculum for early learners.    GUEST COLUMN | by Mikkel Storm As more and more elementary schools make the jump into using cloud-hosted curriculum, they’re … Continue reading

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Two Areas Where Innovations Are Not Happening

Empowering families, parents and caregivers in early childhood education. GUEST COLUMN | by Chris Drew Saul Khan is flipping classrooms. Coursera and other MOOCs are opening access to elite universities in unprecedented ways. School choice and the chartered school movement … Continue reading

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Interview | Incubating Young Minds to Hatch

Knowing that there was a serious lack of good software for early learners and not wanting to wait on others to fill that void, Ginny Norton began searching the country to find the right team of early education experts and … Continue reading

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