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Generation Alpha

Teaching and learning with post-Millennial students. GUEST COLUMN | by Mark Wu During my years as an elementary school vice principal, I had the opportunity to wander in and out of all the classrooms in the school—ranging from junior Kindergarten … Continue reading

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Putting an Entire Library in Their Pockets

In the shift from print to digital, a family legacy modernizes a classic need.  INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero As districts around the country make the transition from print textbooks to interactive digital platforms, smart legacy publishers are moving with … Continue reading

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EdTech Experiment

A math teacher takes an un-calculated risk to yield an exponential value.  GUEST COLUMN | by John Choins I’ve been a teacher for 16 years, and for the last 9 years I’ve taught middle school math. Before the start of … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Edmodo Spotlight

Content creation and discovery are crucial components to redefining learning in the 21st century. The ways in which teachers and students interact with content have the potential to make a significant difference in the evolution of adaptive learning tools that … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Edmodo’s Snapshot

A social learning network created by educators for educators, Edmodo’s new frequent, formative assessment tool, Snapshot, is designed to provide real-time insight into student proficiency in educational standards and help teachers immediately address any learning gaps. Built directly into the Edmodo platform, Snapshot … Continue reading

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EdTech’s Next Phase

Empowering teachers to achieve learning success. GUEST COLUMN | by Crystal Hutter Edtech is on fire. So much buzz, so much energy (investment and otherwise), so many ideas, and one of the last sectors to be fundamentally transformed by technology. … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Listen Edition

Edmodo users now have an easy way to connect real world events to their classroom teaching with the FREE Listen Edition Current Events app.  This unique app brings the power of public radio to the classroom by giving teachers a … Continue reading

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Trends | Infographic: Top 20 LMS for Education

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Interview | Time for Schoology

The initial idea for Schoology came about during college when three friends, Jeremy Friedman, Ryan Hwang and Tim Trinidad tried to develop an effective platform for sharing lecture notes with everyone in the class. After two weeks of development, the project gained traction, but … Continue reading

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EdTech Off to a Good Start in 2012

GUEST COLUMN | by Heather Campbell Looking back on 2011, major waves were made in the edtech world. We started seeing a noticeable shift in the movement from traditional textbooks to digital copies. Startups were bringing new ideas to the table … Continue reading

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