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Robots Storm ISTE: 6 Implications

The new thing at ISTE this year was a much expanded display of robots and maker tech. More than 18,000 educators visited with more than 500 EdTech vendors in Philadelphia this week at #ISTE2015.

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5 Types of Value: Use, Exchange, Distribution, Finance, Fitness

By: Dr. Barclay Burns. There’s a lot of ways to think about value, and as I’ve thought about value and the creation of value, five types of values emerged: Value in Use, Exchange, Distribution, Finance, and Fitness.

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Making Something of National Week of Making

Andrew Coy, Executive Director at Digital Harbor Foundation, kicked off Rec2Tech.org, an initiative to replicate his success at turning surplus property into a maker hub. The initiative offers a, “New vision for how communities can come together to provide real pathways from classroom to career for today's youth.”

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EdTech 10: Unabiding the Slide

This is the time of year when students are at the top of “Summer Slide.” Thankfully, for leaders in EdTech the end of the school year hasn’t slowed progress in developing new learning opportunities, platforms, and partnerships.

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Smart Cities: Salt Lake City Is a Growing Innovation Hub

Salt Lake City is becoming an EdTech hot spot. While it's still news to some well informed locals, EdTech companies, startups, schools and state policies have all taken innovative strides towards enhancing the learning environment for students.

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K12 Inc. is leading the transformation to individualized learning as the nation's foremost provider of technology-powered online solutions for students in pre-kindergarten through high school.

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EdTech 10: Fully Inflated

While in other sectors some are finding creative ways of deflating the competition, this week in EdTech we were pumped up to follow the many genuine successes of orgs, startups and educators.

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Startup Students: A Look At How Teachers Can Invest In GenDIY

By: Eric Nentrup. What GenDIY needs is more supportive teachers who see themselves as business mentors and “angel investors” who may not be able to invest dollars, but can network and carve out time or space for students to work on these authentic projects now instead of later.

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