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Access 23 free Common Core iTunes U courses

Teachers can access 23 free iTunes U courses on Common Core instructional strategies.…

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Pilot program will give teens more personalized learning

Next school year, students at several Pinellas County high schools will plan their own school days. The local school district will be among 10 throughout the nation receiving a “College-Ready” Next…

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3 predictors of strong digital learning

Student choice at the state level, student choice at the course level, and the existence and strength of charter school laws are three predictors of how strong a state's digital…

Do states really need an education technology plan?

Last week the New America Foundation’s Chelsea Wilhelm wrote about a startling trend in state education technology planning: by and large, it’s not happening.…

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Educators say Apple’s $100M grants can transform schools

As part of its $100 million commitment to President Obama's ConnectED initiative, Apple will provide devices, software, and support to 114 schools across the nation. The grants will go to schools…

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7 TED Talks about gaming’s potential

Every educator needs some inspiration now and then, and these days, such inspiration can be found online in just a few seconds. The internet brings inspiring and motivational speakers and experts…

Cognitive assessment leaps into the digital age

Digitized cognitive assessments can enhance diagnostic accuracy, while enabling the integration of new knowledge of cognitive processes into assessments Cognitive ability tests, including those assessing intelligence, have long played a…

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Google, gaming, and going mobile: Today’s 5 tech trends

A few years ago the education world found itself entranced by the iPad, a powerful tablet that promised to revolutionize one-to-one programs and revitalize teacher engagement with technology in the…

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Leading the Digital Leap

Despite the fact that technology use is part of daily life, on balance, schools’ use of technology remains far from ubiquitous. There is no question that some teachers, principals, and…

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States answer access, equity challenges

Access and equity remain two stubborn issues surrounding ed-tech deployments, but a number of states are carving out innovative ways to put devices in the hands of students and expand…