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Moving to assessment at its best

How can assessments be reframed to benefit education? As a culture, we like to measure things. Mobile computing has ushered in the age of the Quantified Self. How many of…

How-to
Waste less ink and paper in photography classes with the right equipment

High school students studying photography need to learn both the art and the craft. The art comes from within—the eye for capturing a visually exciting image.…

How-to
How to build human capacity for a digital leap

Strengthening the human technology capacity in our school systems is imperative if we are to enhance the learning environment and prepare students for success in college, career, and life. The above…

Opinion
5 AV trends transforming the Common Core

Much of the talk surrounding the Common Core State Standards has been about the content being taught, but few are discussing the audio hardware that districts need to have in…

How-to
America has a STEM crisis–and this is how to solve it

Products that use principles of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) can be found in many of our children’s most valued possessions – from video game systems to computers to…

Audio technology you don’t realize you need

If students can’t hear, they can’t learn. It’s that simple, which is why lead audiologist Dr. Donna Massine has spent the past 23 years working hard to make sure the…

How-to
The Minnesota Tundra can’t freeze personalized literacy

The Lakeville Area Public Schools’ (LAPS) vision of world-class, personalized learning has driven and accelerated our work in digital learning both inside and outside of the classroom. Personalized learning has the…

Resource
Past Google’s first page: Gauging students’ global search skills

“Did he seriously just ask that? How old is this guy?” Well yes, I recently seriously just asked a group of students if they knew how to use Google.…

Opinion
How Apple can improve students struggling with writing

I was teaching special education students in grades 5 and 6 in an inner city school in Canton. Time was going by and students continued to struggle with writing. I…

Opinion
Write for my teacher, or publish to the world?

When students participate in out-of-class learning, teachers should recognize that potential Fifteen years ago, a student I never taught forever changed my perspective on how students perceive authentic teaching and…