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The most popular ed-tech stories of 2010

Here are the educational technology stories that resonated the most with eSchool News readers this year

Here are the 10 most widely read eSchool News stories of 2010.

Later this month, we’ll count down the 10 most significant educational technology stories of 2010, as chosen by our editors. But first, here are the ed-tech stories that you—our readers—deemed most noteworthy in the past year, as judged by the number of page views they received:

10. Author: ‘iGeneration’ requires a different approach to instruction

Today’s middle and high school students learn much differently from students just a few years older—and that’s mainly because they’ve never known a world without the internet or cell phones, says psychology professor and author Larry D. Rosen, whose research could give educators valuable insights into the needs of today’s learners…

9. Six technologies soon to affect education

Cloud computing and collaborative learning environments are set to take hold in K-12 schools in the very near future, with mobile devices, game-based learning, and other education technologies to follow suit in the next few years, according to the 2010 Horizon Report’s K-12 Edition, released by the New Media Consortium…

8. Developers seek to link iPad with education

Technology experts say Apple’s latest gizmo, the iPad, won’t replace students’ laptops, but a menu of applications could help teach the periodic table, a range of languages, and a host of other K-12 and higher-education subjects…

7. Study questions learning-style research

As educators struggle to define effective 21st-century instruction, one practice that many have viewed as fundamental to teaching and learning has come under new fire: catering to different learning styles…

6. Reducing bullying and cyber bullying

As in many states, K-12 teachers in Massachusetts have new responsibilities to respond to, report, and address bullying and cyber bullying. Here at the Massachusetts Aggression Reduction Center (MARC), we’ve developed 10 tips to help faculty cope with what can seem an overwhelming task…

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