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Where Will Ed Tech Take Us In 20 Years?

Predicting the Future of Ed TechNo one can predict the future with 100 percent accuracy, but the comments generated by this very popular blog post provide some insights into the thinking of today'

  • July 19, 2016|
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Tech Shines Light on Inequity

Addressing the Gaps in Tech Accessibility for Students“Fairness is providing each person with the right tools to succeed.” That was the message at a recent TED Talk at the African American Pe

  • April 21, 2016|
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K-12 Students Explore the Jobs of the Future

Experiences and Insights to Drive Future Technological InnovationsThe need to introduce students to technology in the classroom is a practical one. To prepare them for the jobs of the future. The

  • April 13, 2016|
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Artificial Intelligence in the Classroom

Computers That Can Teach Themselves: What’s Next?Google's program, Alpha Go, recently demonstrated that a computer can learn by itself. In this case, the computer "taught itself" how to play Go

  • April 11, 2016|
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Education Needs to Embrace Innovation

The Borg Said it First: “Resistance is futile.”There's a lot of movement going on in education these days, and not a lot of consistency across school systems, or even classrooms. What will the

  • April 05, 2016|
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Virtual Reality: Cool Factor vs. Practicality

Virtual Reality + Pedagogy: A Must-HaveThere's certainly promise in education for the use of virtual reality, but the landscape is still uncertain with many potentially promising options still awa

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Tech or No Tech: Students Must Move Forward

Breaking Down Barriers to Boost Equitable AccessThere are disparities in school systems, with pockets of haves and have nots. These have always existed, but in an education environment where learn

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Approaching Learning From a New Angle

Adapt, Migrate, Mutate or Die?Max Ventilla and his wife, Jenny Stefanotti, are the couple behind AltSchool, a new concept in education—one of, potentially, many—conceived by a couple frustrate

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Establishing a Better Foundation for Learning

Establishing a Better Foundation for LearningIt's a troubling fact that, for some reason, minority students tend to lag behind their white classmates when it comes to science achievement. A new st

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Speaking in Code

Sprechen Sie coding?It is a language of sorts, and now the state of Florida is attempting to make it official: state senators recently passed a bill to allow high school students to claim languag

  • March 11, 2016|
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