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5 gaming dynamics that truly engage students

Gaming. It’s more than a buzzword in today’s schools, but it still sometimes carries a stigma--is gaming really an effective way for students to learn? The answer, according to computer science…

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What will the classroom and curriculum of the future look like?

It's an interesting question: What will something look like or be able to do 5, 10, or 20 years down the road? Classrooms and curriculum are no different. With education…

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5 critical iPad mistakes to avoid

Tablets, including iPads, are all the rage in today's classrooms. But how many iPad initiatives fail due to common mistakes that could be avoided with proper planning? During a jam-packed ISTE…

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Generous prizes lure international ed-tech startups

From April 23-25, more than 100 hundred ed-tech startups from two dozen countries will compete in Amsterdam for $35,000. Sanoma, a Finnish media company, is hosting the contest to encourage innovation…

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How to dispute one-to-one, mobile learning criticisms

Ed-tech initiatives will always have critics. But administrators can take action and leverage resources to ensure that their one-to-one and mobile learning initiatives are implemented carefully and successfully.

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Report: BYOD has the potential to expand greatly in five years

Report: BYOD has the potential to expand greatly in five years

Results from a new survey presented during ISTE 2013 indicate that U.S. schools and universities still strive to expand their technology use, and postsecondary insitutions often lead the way in…

Harnessing the power of tablets and apps for young students

Harnessing the power of tablets and apps for young students

A glance around today’s ed-tech landscape reveals no shortage of tablets, tablet initiatives, and tablet apps—but most of these tools are used with older students. During a crowded ISTE 2013…

Technologies that are changing and will change the world

Technologies that are changing and will change the world

Well before the days of Siri, functional educational robots, and touch technology, futurists and technology enthusiasts made predictions that ended up being eerily close to some of today’s most popular…

CoSN’s 2013 International Symposium to explore ‘digital inclusion’

CoSN’s 2013 International Symposium to explore ‘digital inclusion’

The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) will hold its 2013 International Symposium, themed Digital Inclusion: The Global Imperative of Bridging Schools and Home, on Mon., March 11, in San Diego,…

CoSN 2013: ‘Audacious Leadership’

CoSN 2013: ‘Audacious Leadership’

The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) will hold its 18th Annual Conference March 11-13, 2013, at the Sheraton San Diego Hotel in San Diego, CA. Themed “Audacious Leadership,” CoSN’s 18th…

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