Adam Renfro (81)

EdTech

Osmo: Playing Outside the Screen

Osmo is a great way for young minds to see the bridge between the digital and physical worlds. It's a brilliant optical device that has advanced AI programming under the hood.

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Learning

The Transition from Cursive to Coding

Programming pushes students to research, plan, outline, collaborate, test, troubleshoot, and retest. It’s brain intensive language study that requires syntax and style.

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Learning

Making Personalized Learning Plans Personal

Personalized learning plans won’t reach their full potential until students can pursue those plans each day at school.

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OpenEd Releases It’s First OER App

OpenEd uses a machine-learning based recommendation engine to align resources to standards. OpenEd also uses subject matter experts in both knowledge domains and the Common Core to validate those alignments.

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Leadership

Designing Your School of Choice: mySchool

If I did a school-of-choice Kickstarter, it would go something like this: I would combine two of my favorite brick-and-mortar school models and bring in some high-powered adaptive learning machines and virtual options to develop my school, or mySchool. Let’s take a look . . . .

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DreamBox

Empower your students to master key concepts, increase achievement and boost long-lasting confidence with DreamBox® Intelligent Adaptive Learning™ Pre-K to Grade 5 Math.

EdTech

Big Data: The Quest to Assuage Assange Fears

This year, Big Data has given us the farthest reaching look into the future yet, and it’s a very exciting and promising future. Big Data is going to help us personalize education and usher in adaptive learning. The transformative change we are looking for depends on this data and the machines that use it.

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Edmodo – Making It Personal with 40+ Apps

The Edmodo App Store has really allowed Edmodo to reach its full potential. With over 500 apps, all educators can find tools that impact the classroom.

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