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Deep Practice: The Vital Edge in Math Achievement

A Seven-Part Series | Part One by Robert Sun Daniel Coyle’s book, The Talent Code, was considered groundbreaking in many circles because it provided strong insight into how, and why, […]

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Balefire Labs Announces Winners of 2014 Best EdApp Competition

Balefire Labs has announced the results of its 2014 Best EdApp competition, with best mobile apps in the following subjects: English Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, and Social Studies. “We’re thrilled […]

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Learn a New Language in 2014

Haven’t thought of a new years resolution yet? Learning a new language helps us connect with a different culture and develop insight into how languages work.

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Chromebooks in Education

The EdTech K-12 Magazine reports that Chromebooks attracted quite a bit of attention at the ISTE 2013, and reviews four Chromebooks that could be useful for the educators in the classroom. […]

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SkilledUp Reviews Various Test-Based Online Credentials

As a portal for online courses and training, SkilledUp is a logical candidate to explore the future of the online credentialing world.  SkilledUp’s Content Director Brad Zomick releases the first in a series […]

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Is the Kindle Paperwhite the best e-reader ever? Reliable tech sources say ‘pretty much’

Amazon’s latest version of the Kindle, the Paperwhite, ships today, and is said to be “most advanced e-reader ever constructed with 62% more pixels and 25% higher contrast, a patented […]

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30 days with the Google Nexus 7

We’ve been reporting pretty heavily on the tablet wars, rumors, developments, etc. over the past few months, with a particular focus lately on the latest to enter the ring, the […]

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Startup Spotlight: helps students find the best place to learn

Choosing a school is one of the biggest commitments one can make, and the search isn’t exactly an easy one. Whether you’re looking for a pre-school or a pre-med program, […]

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B&N’s Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight reviews rolling out

Barnes and Noble’s Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight has been made available to a selected few for a couple of weeks now (we first reported it on the device here), […]

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Intel adds ‘Studybook’ tablet to its Intel Learning Series

PCMag reports that Intel has added a 7 inch tablet to its Intel Learning Series  line of tablets, PC’s and software. Dubbed the  “Studybook,” the 7 inch tablet is priced […]

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