Tag Archives: teachers and technology

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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Beyond Walls

A superintendent moves into the edtech world to redesign education.  INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero With more than 20 years experience as an educator, Robert-Wayne Harris has excelled at building teams and leveraging technology to drive teacher effectiveness and improve … Continue reading

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EdTech’s Next Phase

Empowering teachers to achieve learning success. GUEST COLUMN | by Crystal Hutter Edtech is on fire. So much buzz, so much energy (investment and otherwise), so many ideas, and one of the last sectors to be fundamentally transformed by technology. … Continue reading

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Trends | Getting Your Tech On

Teachers looking to build their digital classrooms this fall have an easy way to “get their tech on.” PBS LearningMedia, the free service that provides more than 30,000 digital resources to connect students and educators, has kicked off a new effort … Continue reading

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Interview | Rob Lippincott on Teaching and Technology

Some fascinating stats and interesting views from Rob Lippincott, Senior VP for Education at PBS, in this interview. Rob is responsible for the development and implementation of effective public media educational services for PBS, local public television stations, students, teachers … Continue reading

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