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World 1:1 Common Ground
The International 1:1 Computing Conference underscored the common ground, language and practice for authentic school reform.
by Leslie Wilson
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The Online Tutor
Learning from an expert online has advantages.
by Brian Byrne
So...You Are Connected. Now What?
Now that Connected Educators Month has passed, where do we go from here?
by Steven Anderson
Why Do We Keep Choosing the Device First?
The biggest mistake from far too many schools is starting their plans by making the device choice FIRST.
by Mike Belcher
Voice and Choice In The Classroom
Voice and choice, two powerful words for motivation and engagement in any classroom.
by Linda Gutierrez
Internet Bandwidth is a Necessary Utility, Not a Luxury: Why is it Not a Priority to School District Leaders?
School district leaders are sending the signal that internet bandwidth is a luxury, rather than a necessary utility by their willingness to wait for someone else to solve the problem, a problem that is not going away soon.
by Bob Moore
Five "Can't Miss" Twitter Chats
Curious as to the buzz about educational conversations occurring every day on Twitter? Check out five 'can't miss' chats!
by Tom Murray
Instructional Support for the Digital Learner
Technology in the classroom has truly changed the way we teach and how students learn.
by Karen Fuller
A New Day for 1:1
Many at CETPA seeking to get 1:1 right. Klein ISD, TX, prospers with their 1:1. Ann McMullan is one reason why.
Learning More and Doing More With Diigo
Diigo is a great tool for cataloging links but there is so much more you can do.
Because living and working are so different now from even a decade or two ago and because things will continue to change, today’s students need new skills to survive and thrive in the future.
For technology integration to be effective, educators need to learn how to use and integrate it successfully. The stages are planning, implementing, and maintaining a robust strategy.
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