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Changing of the Guard

A new generation of educational leaders. GUEST COLUMN | by John Jennings Millennials have already left an indelible mark on the education system. Now, the largest generation in the workforce is poised to break into the ranks of school district … Continue reading

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Devouring Digital: The New Participation

Personal tech in the classroom doesn’t have to be a distraction. GUEST COLUMN | by Shaunak Roy Peek in on just about any university-level lecture and you’ll notice a student audience armed with a variety of technologies. Laptops. iPhones. Tablets. … Continue reading

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Trends | 2X Learning

Why is the performance of students and teachers so unaffected by technology? Moreover, what should be done to extract genuine benefit for education from the technology revolution? In this video above, EdTech Digest contributor and advisory board member Mark E. … Continue reading

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A Force to Behold

One of the world’s leading experts on technology’s impact on society has a few words to say about the future of education and which generation is the one to watch. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero He rubs elbows with kings … Continue reading

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Build a Foundation for Your (Education) Revolution

GUEST COLUMN | by Cristian Mitreanu Paradigm shift. … Fifty years ago, last month, a short book with less than 200 pages was published to eventually become one of the most influential of the twentieth century. Aside from introducing the … Continue reading

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