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Do smartphones make for smart students? That depends

Googling, tweeting and texting are an integral part of Professor Andres Caiaffa's classroom’s culture. “As our student population changes, we need to change with them,” said Caiaffa, who teaches at Miami…

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Kids can tweet, but many lack digital literacy skills

Sure, teens can text and tweet. But can they read search engine results and pick out reliable digital sources for school work? Probably not. For all the tech savvy that seems…

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This drag-and-drop app teaches coding like a puzzle

While the economic demand for computer science skills continues to surge, introducing coding to the classroom can be an intimidating overture for teachers without a technical background. To ease this transition,…

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State law takes aim at cyberbullying

A new Pennsylvania law focused on cyberbullying comes with $2,500 fine and possible jail time for offenders. …

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Flocabulary debuts student assessments, reporting tools

Flocabulary has launched a new suite of features to help teachers, schools and districts assess student knowledge and diagnose needs for differentiation and intervention. In addition to the educational hip-hop videos…

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How to prepare your school for the Internet of Things onslaught

A checklist for IT as everything from watches to thermostats goes online.…

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New high school focuses on leadership and career readiness

Michigan students looking for flexible learning opportunities will soon be able to earn their high school diploma online while developing into agents of change in their local communities. Through diverse community…

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Texas districts enlist Skyward for data integration

Two Texas institutions, Mesquite Independent School District and Village Tech Schools, have enlisted Skyward, a K-12 school administrative software provider, to unify school management and data processes. Both districts identified customer…

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New law helps fight tech-based bullying

The face of a bully has changed over the years. Technology has come to replace the glaring student who pushes others down on the playground or the mean girl who uses…

Want to foster rich academic discussions? Try a student #Edcamp

An innovative professional development model comes to the classroom Edcamp “unconferences” have shattered the traditional model for professional development, and they’re catching on as a way for educators to share…

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