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EdTech 10: Pilots, Partnerships and Parents

Prepare yourself. This week’s EdTech 10 is brought to you by the letter “P” with announcements from President Obama, news on Podcasts, package deals on games, new research of parent perception by PlayScience, The Post producing new content, and resources for smart parents.

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#SharkTankEdu | 4 EdTech Startups at SXSWedu

Four innovative companies were given the chance to pitch their product to a panel of teacher sharks during #SharkTankEdu last week in Austin, TX at #SXSWedu.

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Sentopiary Moves The Needle In Teaching Grammar

How teachers choose to teach grammar is still a fairly individual or schools-based choice, and must be aligned with how the core curriculum standards are being applied to each classroom. But a new generation of apps are making sure that it is easier for teachers to excite students and make learning fun.

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The State of Storytelling at SXSWedu

At SXSWedu, storytelling was centered on teachers using stories to enhance engagement and students telling stories to demonstrate skills, explore content, and demonstrate mastery. However, what’s more important when in storytelling was missed at SXSWedu

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EdTech 10: It’s The Final Countdown To SXSWedu

10 doses of EdTech news to be in the know about prior to another epic SXSWedu to avoid "CBS" aka "Conference Behavior Syndrome."

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The Learning Accelerator

The Learning Accelerator is a non-profit whose mission is to accelerate the implementation of high-quality blended learning in school districts across America.

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All About That App, ‘Bout That App, No Trouble

By: John Hardison. A list of must-have apps, that will inevitably change overtime, but reflects the reality that acquiring the necessary skills for careers requires a combination of several tools to fashion a future that is both fulfilling and fruitful.

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MobLab Brings Interactive Experiments To The Social Sciences

Students learn by doing experiments and experiencing how things work first-hand in the natural and physical sciences. In 2011, two Caltech scientists, Walter Yuan and Stephanie Wang, founded MobLab to bring such powerful game-based learning experiences to economics, management, and all of the social sciences.

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