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John Baker keeps the fires of learning burning with an integrated learning platform. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero At the age of twenty-two, while attending the University of Waterloo as a Systems Design Engineering student, John Baker had it … Continue reading
New web applications are changing the way students learn from video lectures. GUEST COLUMN | by Jim Stigler Everyone’s talking about flipping their classroom, and for good reason: sitting in lectures is most often a passive experience, with little interaction … Continue reading
Notes from the front lines of the flipped classroom. GUEST COLUMN | by Ralph S. Welsh It’s easy to picture a traditional classroom — a lecturing professor with rows of students watching, listening and taking notes. But that age-old model is … Continue reading
GUEST COLUMN | by Wendy Roshan Before the era of smart phones, computers and digital blackboards, there was a time when teachers stood at the front of a classroom and lectured while students wrote notes with pencils. When the bell … Continue reading
One of the fastest growing private education companies in America (Inc. 500 for the past five years), Schoolwires provides web-based communication and collaboration solutions designed to connect K-12 communities. Edward Marflak, Chairman and Founder, was raised in a family of … Continue reading
The Partnership for 21st Century Skills, or P21, recently partnered with Wireless Generation. P21 has worked hard to build a broad coalition of education, business and nonprofit organizations and foundations all focused on 21st-century readiness for every student. “Every new … Continue reading