Tag Archives: Technology Integration in Education

Flipping Education

As education follows the rest of the world to the cloud, there’s a new paradigm on the horizon CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis Things have to change in education, and soon. Everything’s moving to the cloud. For educators, this … Continue reading

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Interview | Chris Lehmann and the New Playbook

You’re a 21st-century administrator. Now what? Chris Lehmann is the Founding Principal of the Science Leadership Academy (SLA), an inquiry-driven, project-based, one-to-one laptop science and technology high school in Philadelphia, a school that has garnered international recognition. Sharing his hard-won … Continue reading

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E-Learning and Public Education

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis Let’s face it: great blended, online, virtual digital public schools and courses will always be few and far between. The problem with public education is that it is habitually underfunded. For years, I remember … Continue reading

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The Connected Educator

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis August marks the U.S. Department of Education’s month-long celebration of the connected educator. What exactly does that mean to you, to me, and to millions of students we educate daily in this world? Well, … Continue reading

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Driving Miss Daisy and Her Data

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis These days more than ever, data is driving our instruction. In this day of standardized testing, formative and summative assessment, MAP testing, and so much more—there’s a ton of data that follows our students … Continue reading

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Where There Is No Path: Making a Great Leader in EdTech

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis What makes a great leader in education and technology these days? As I travel down the road of my professional career, I am constantly asking myself this question. Who out there is someone I … Continue reading

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Interview | From the Makers of “Look! I’m Learning!”

A kid-led revolution is how the people behind the new film, “Look! I’m Learning!” bill it. Slated for a Fall 2012 release, the documentary promotes the value of technology in education. Partnering with teachers, and state and local education technology … Continue reading

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Technology and its Power to Transform Education

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis I’ve been lucky enough in my new position this year to see the power technology can play in transforming education. Thanks to a huge investment by our district in interactive whiteboard equipment, document cameras, … Continue reading

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The Future of Classroom Education

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis Instead of reviewing The Year in EdTech, instead of giving you the Best 100 Education Apps, let’s do something different: let’s look forward. We all have some idea of what’s out there. Here are … Continue reading

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What the Future of Education Depends On

CLASSROOM 21 | by Greg Limperis So here it is. I sit here tonight typing this blog post on my new iPad 2 plus 3G. I’ve downloaded the “Pages” app that I am using to type this. I love this … Continue reading

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