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EdSurge Summits: Connecting Developers with Teachers

EdSurge is a free independent information resource for people using or developing educational technology. With a dual website—the Instruct site for educators and the Innovate site for developers—they work to build open communication between the classroom, administration, and tech developers … Continue reading

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Ed Tech: The Evolving Learner-Centered Classroom

Part 2 of 2. Click here for part 1. There is no time machine or magic crystal ball to show us the future, but hundreds of educators, tech developers, and tech trainers are working to make that future happen. An … Continue reading

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Ed Tech: The Future—Hold On to Your Hats

Part 1 of 2 If you think the explosion of technology in your school during the last decade has been amazing, just wait till you see what’s coming. When computers made their way into business and manufacturing 50 years ago, … Continue reading

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Educational Technology: Looking at the Latest Crop of Educational Apps

As our smartphones and tablets become more sophisticated, and laptops are being designed to work with the same touchscreen technology, a wealth of new apps line the “shelves” of app stores for every device. Some of them offer totally new … Continue reading

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Education Technology: Apps in the Elementary Classroom (Part 2)

In Apps in the Elementary Classroom (Part 1) we visited an elementary school where a library of apps on iPod touches is being used. Every classroom uses this resource, as do the ELL and special ed programs. Managing that library … Continue reading

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