Can Technology Do For Math Students What It Did For WWII Pilots?

Robert Sun, CEO of First in Math, compares the learning gap challenge to training WWII pilots.

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The Ripple Effects of Competency-Based Higher Education

Keith Hampson explores how competency-based education elevates and challenges teaching and learning.

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First Year Mistakes

Pembroke principal David Summergrad talks about how first year teaching could be different with technology

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Three Tips to Increase Parent Engagement in the Classroom

Elena Krasnoperova, founder of SimplyCircle, shares three tips on how teachers can better engage parents.

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Libraries and Video: Measuring ROI … Really, how?

David Parker analyzes the impact of ROI on library acquisitions.

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Managing Free Google and Microsoft Email Solutions for Educators

New technology ensures that student email account management is easy and smooth to create and organize.

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Reports from the Field: Building a technology strategy

Framingham Superintendent Dr. Stacy Scott reports from the field with an analysis of why it takes all partners to create a successful digital conversion.

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Shift Toward Decentralized Decisions About Technology for Schools

Sarah Glover of Panorama Education says the decision power for new edtech lies with parents and teachers, not schools.

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Move Over MOOCs, It’s Online, Competency Time

Michael Horn, Forbes contributor, makes the case for online, competency-based learning over MOOCs.

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Filling the Demand for Computer Science Education

According to data presented at the NCWIT summit, the demand for computer science programs are skyrocketing—from Ivy League schools to state schools.

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