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How North Carolina is Planning for a Digital Learning Future

North Carolina Becomes a LeaderOver the past several years, North Carolina has become a national leader in K-12 digital planning. In 2005-06, NC State University’s Center for Urban Affairs and C

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Calling For Learning Engineers

How Teaching—and Learning—Needs to ChangeThe nature of what today's students need to know to succeed in tomorrow's jobs is changing significantly, but methods of teaching aren't changing fas

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Preserving Historical Documents—Emails

Holding On to Those EmailsIt's not something that most of us give much thought to, but we probably should. Who is making sure that important documents in electronic form (e.g. emails) are bein

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TED Talks Hit The Classroom With TED-Ed

TED-Ed Offers Lesson Plan OptionsTeaching students STEM concepts in compelling ways can be challenging, especially for teachers who are not, themselves, technologically-savvy. These ready-made les

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$680,000 Is On The Table

Could You Earn a Piece of the $680K Pie?You may not be a game or app developer, but there may be some in your district--or community--that you could partner with to throw your hat in the ring for

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Your Students Are More Gifted Than You Thought

Drawing Out the Gifted Among UsWhere are the gifted children? They're in your classrooms. You just may not have identified them yet! What could you be doing in your district to ensure that talente

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A University Where Students Are The Teachers

A School Without Teachers?In October, a new university—42—opened in California. The concept for the university originated in France and usurps the role of traditional teachers to rely on stude

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Governors Take A Lesson From Students

Letting Students be TeachersWe talk a lot about teaching students to code, but who's going to teach adults? Students! Today’s students are increasingly digital natives and extremely comfor

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Educause Parody Twitter Goes Viral

POKING FUN AT ED-TECHIt started out as a parody, but it's gone viral and has become a staple at the annual Educause conference. Since 2010, @EDUCAUSE_HULK has been tweeting in all caps, sharing in

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Encouraging STEM Through Extracurriculars

Taking STEM Outside the ClassroomEncouraging student interest in STEM/STEAM related concepts isn't an either/or proposition says this writer. Concepts need to be delivered both through classroom i

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