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A look into teenagers’ complicated online lives

Researcher danah boyd is obsessed with how teenagers use the internet, Mind/Shift reports.…

Infographic: Fueling a personalized learning revolution

In an effort to inform educators and districts how personalized, blended learning can improve access to high-quality learning opportunities for secondary students, Fuel EducationTM (FuelEd) has collaborated with Getting Smart…

Apple makes big improvements in iOS management tools for enterprise and education

Apple has been busy in the IT department, TechCrunch reports. …

How to survive the next wave of technology extinction

Don’t mock the beleaguered Nook owner. That could have been you, the New York Times reports.…

Use STEM education to improve civic literacy

During the past several legislative sessions, there’s been a steady push for more and better education in science, technology, engineering and math – known as the STEM disciplines, The Olympian…

Why ‘less is more’ for a rural Florida school preparing for Common Core

In Defuniak Springs in Florida’s panhandle, the third graders at West Defuniak Elementary are learning division, StateImpact reports.…

Are math textbooks ready for Common Core?

The most visible symbols of the nation’s long-criticized, mile-wide, inch-deep traditional math standards are the 15-pound textbooks that students have been hauling back and forth from school for years, the…

10 kid-friendly Chrome apps that shine

You’ve bought a Chromebook for your kids, Yahoo! Tech reports. …

How to teach hacking in school and open up education

Whatever you may have heard about hackers, the truth is they do something really, really well: discover, OpenSource.com reports. …

A bunch of B.S.: The antidote for #EdTech negativity

At least one thing is certain about today’s educational system: change is here, Getting Smart reports.…