Tag Archives: K-12 technology

Sharing the Genius

Chalkup founder Justin Chando talks growth, struggle, success – and students. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero They do everything a Learning Management System does, but “we hate learning management systems” says Justin Chando, Chalkup founder and CEO (pictured, left). “We … Continue reading

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The Process of Assessing Student Learning Is Broken

A product strategist’s perspective on data for teachers. GUEST COLUMN| by Hilary Scharton In the current assessment landscape, all schools are required to assess students because of past and recent legislature — the No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) and … Continue reading

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Making the Most of Technology while Keeping Students First

Creating conditions for success with technology starts with smart, strategic implementation. GUEST COLUMN | by Sam Weiss and Dave Saltmarsh Schools, educators and IT professionals provide students with the best conditions for success when they learn how to move beyond … Continue reading

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Summer Fix

Making the most of your endpoints (and summer).   GUEST COLUMN | by Ron Falkoff As one of the nation’s leaders in independent education, Mary Institute and St. Louis Country Day School (MICDS) makes the most of its technology investments … Continue reading

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