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The #ISTE2014 Conference Survival Guide

Especially for first-time ISTE attendees, the result can be a lack of clarity and an inability to apply the amazing ideas, technology tools, and “Aha!” moments that were so apparent and simple in real time. The ISTE Conference Survival Guide is here. However, there is no need to fear. The ISTE Conference Surviva...

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EdTech 10: World Cup Style

As the soccer world is facing the elimination rounds, we thought we'd offer our advice on which EdTech stories made the cut this week. Much like Costa Rica, some of these stories we didn’t see coming but are strong contenders for top story of the week.

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The Undeniable #EdChat Wisdom of Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump and EdTech may not seem a likely connection. Although often misunderstood, this character is a wealth of information, and for those of us interested in the EdTech world, there is a lot that we can relate to and learn from his undeniable and untraditional wisdom.

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EdTech 10: Staying Connected

This week has been all about connectivity. As students head home for the summer and teachers plan for the next school year, the education world is preparing to find new ways to keep us all connected. For more on what connectivity matters check out this blog and see the top stories of the week.

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EdTech 10: No Summertime Blues Here!

What’s not to love about summer time? Longer days. Fruity drinks. Backyard barbeques. Family vacations. That’s not all we love about this time of year. There’s lots of love about all the developments in this week’s top edtech news stories. Dive in!

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Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC)

Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC) accelerates educational innovation through applied technology to dramatically improve college readiness and completion in the United States.

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A Conversation with Norm Gysbers About Student Guidance

Sometimes we imagine a one time experience is enough to help. Think of medical people talking about dosage - how much do they need? Likewise, we need to “dose” students with the knowledge and skills they need for their future from early grades on through highs school.

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EdPuzzle: A Piece of the Blended Solution

For the past eighteen years, the professional puzzle I have been most interested in stems from one question: “What resources and tools must I learn to continually evolve with the changing educational landscape in order to provide and co-create an effective and rocking learning space?” Well, I believe I just foun...

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