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Is Tech Distracting Your Students?

Is Technology More of a Detractor Than Enabler in Your Classrooms? The mobility of today’s electronic devices has increased their adoption dramatically across many settings, including educational s

  • September 01, 2016|
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Tech Built For New Educational Roles

New Interactions Changing Roles and SpacesStudents are becoming increasingly more actively engaged in their own learning as teachers take a backseat role—technology is enabling the shift. Mobile

  • August 30, 2016|
  • 2 years ago

Embracing Mobile in the Classroom

Outside the classroom, students spend a lot of time on their cell phones checking social media and communicating with family and friends. However, this doesn’t always stop when they enter the classr

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  • May 23, 2016|
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Tablets in Higher Ed, Part 2: A Focus on Functionality

Tablets are a prominent part of today’s college campus culture, but oftentimes their use is not inspired by educational purpose. Instead, tablets are used primarily as extensions of students’ phon

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  • January 21, 2016|
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Tablets in Higher Ed, Part 1: Pushing Past Social Use

College is hectic – students are busy juggling demanding class loads, inserting themselves into student life, working, and trying to bolster their resumes as they define their futures. With so much

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  • January 20, 2016|
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GROOCs: Facing MOOCs in Groups

Get Into the GROOCMOOCs are morphing into a new hybrid—GROOCs, just one more addition to a growing number of options for engaging with remote learners. GROOCs, or group-based open online courses

  • January 12, 2016|
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Next Up: A Virtual Classroom

Out of AfricaImagine a classroom that is not really a classroom, where students and teachers aren’t physically present with each other, and yet both have the virtual impression that they are.

  • October 08, 2015|
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Technology: A Remedy for the Brain

Exercising the Brain Through TechnologyGaming may not be the idle pleasure that many parents believe it to be—and there are studies to prove it! Researchers are beginning to drill down into wa

  • September 29, 2015|
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Putting Technology in Teachers’ Hands

While Many Are Calling For More Technology in the Classroom, Teachers Could Use a Little Help Our Take:mFrom “simple” tools like Google Docs and podcasts, to more complex blended learning environ

  • September 11, 2015|
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MOOCs: Common Student Concerns

Credit, Communication and Quality Key Student Concerns Regarding MOOCs Reliability of information and quality of content are two key concerns among college students asked about their opinions on MOOC

  • September 11, 2015|
  • 3 years ago
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