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9 #EdTech Problems You’re Facing

The 21st century is here and it’s brought some baggage. How will you turn it into an opportunity? Teachers, which of the above most resonates with you?

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MIND Research Institute Dives into the Benefits of Going Blended

This paper covers topics related to the benefits of blended learning for teachers and students, in addition to a description of the various ways ST Math can become a part of a district’s overall shift to personalized, digital learning.

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EdTech 10: No Joke

We think EdTech (and, more broadly, innovations in learning) is one of the four great change forces of our time--no joke (not even this week). But brace yourself, we are now in the long stretch to summer. To keep you energized we’ll be covering great math stories as we celebrate Math Awareness Month.

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To “Dream Big” Was More Than A Chromebook in Every Students Hands

By: Ernie Delgado. The great thing about technology is that there is always something new on the horizon that will be amazing for teachers and students.

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Reflections on Khan Blends

It was a visit to a class at Eastside College Prep using Khan Academy that inspired Scott Ellis to “really dive into blended.” Scott shares his observations along with a recent SRI report.

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Compass Learning

Compass Learning provides educational software that empowers educators to unlock the potential of every student by making learning personal. We serve nearly 8,000 schools and millions of students across the United States.

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EdTech 10: Hitting the Standards

But for dubious reasons some states are ignoring the opportunity and stepping off the innovation platform--it’s a bit like going back to Blackberry. For those of you in fast forward, here’s the top ten EdTech stories of the week.

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HigherEd Adaptive Learning Comes to the US with Smart Sparrow

Most professors wanted to teach online but were unhappy with the available tools that offered a limited experience, took away their control over the learning objects and provided very little feedback on student understanding and achievement.

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