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Tag Archives: Skype in the Classroom
A 7th-grade math educator shares the tools she uses to stay connected with fellow educators, experts, and her students. GUEST COLUMN | by Stacey Ryan Connected educator month just happened, but in reality, the connecting never ends. “What does it … Continue reading
Originally developed to help musicians jam with other musicians in different locations in real-time, Spin, from Net Power & Light, has just become available for businesses and educational institutions in the Apple store. An industry-first application for mobile, multi-participant video … Continue reading
Reinventing education to make it fun, life-changing — and leaving indelible lessons. GUEST COLUMN | by Alline Kabbatende Every individual can point to a handful of experiences that transformed their lives, or touched them so deeply they are never the same … Continue reading
EDTECH CHALLENGE | by Jesse M. Langley When compared to previous years, 2011 saw many incredible advancements in the field of education and technology that are certainly worth repeating as we prepare for what is to come in 2012. Although … Continue reading
EDTECH CHALLENGE | by Jesse M. Langley Months before Skype in the Classroom became a regular, endorsed tool— teachers were flocking to the video calling program. Teachers, like the innovators they are, set up websites where they could connect with … Continue reading