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Learn how to drive learning with mobile tech

Learn how to drive learning with mobile tech

03/20/2015

Topics: 1:1, Education leadership, Mobile learning, professional learning, Technology infrastructure

As an Algebra II teacher at Pittsburgh Perry High School, Kalpana Ramgopal wanted to integrate technology into her classroom. But she didn’t know which devices and apps would be a good fit for her students, much less how to use them in ways that were pedagogically sound.

After taking an…

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Are you prepared for tech planning month?

Are you prepared for tech planning month?

02/06/2015

Topics: Technology infrastructure

As Antoine de Saint-Exupry put it, " "A goal without a plan is just a wish." " But tech directors and other educators don't tend to leave things up to haphazard wishing. They make plans. And that's certainly the case in February when most schools and districts are taking on tech planning for…

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Infographic: Technology maximizes Common Core success

Infographic: Technology maximizes Common Core success

12/24/2014

Topics: Standards, Technology infrastructure

As controversial as the Common Core State Standards are, they do provide a clear benefit: They present a prime opportunity for educators to bring their classrooms into the digital age.

To date, 43 states have adopted the Common…

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E-Rate order passes:  A victory for educators' ' voices

E-Rate order passes: A victory for educators' voices

07/11/2014

Topics: Advocacy, Technology infrastructure

The E-Rate order approved today by the Federal Communications Commission was a significant improvement over FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler's initial draft proposal. We'd like to thank all of the educators who…

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We' 're listening to ISTE members about E-Rate modernization

We're listening to ISTE members about E-Rate modernization

07/10/2014

Topics: Advocacy, Technology infrastructure

As the details of Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler's E-Rate modernization plan became public last week, we reached out to ISTE members to better understand how the proposal would affect individual…

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If you can flip a classroom, you can flip a district

If you can flip a classroom, you can flip a district

05/28/2014

Topics: 1:1, Assessment, Flipped learning, Mobile learning, Personalized Learning, professional learning, Standards, Technology infrastructure

The term flipped classroom is on the tip of many educators' tongues these days as more K-12 schools and districts embrace this blended form of learning and teaching. In the flipped classroom model, educators deliver their instruction online for students to access outside of class,…

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