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Teacher to Teacher: 7 Steps for Integrating Technology

You’ve attend district and campus staff development. You understand some of what the district’s chosen device can do. It’s time to get started.

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A Slight #Engchat Re-Purposing of Widbook (Part 1)

After a solid understanding has been established, I strive to follow up with a limitless, free-thinking session that centers on one essential question: “How can this technological tool be repurposed as an educational instrument?”

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The Future of Learning—Digital, Mobile, Real-Time

The latest results from Julie Evans, CEO of Project Tomorrow and an advisor to DreamBox, and her Speak Up 2012 National Research Project and Project Tomorrow survey of 364,233 participants, shows the upward spiral of tech use, even by the very young.

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Smart Cities: Los Angeles Startup Weekend EDU 1/24

Last year, my Smart Cities: LA post complained about the lack of “innovation and collaboration” in the city, but things are more interesting a year later. The first Startup Weekend EDU in the City of Angels will take place on the weekend of January 24th at UCLA Anderson.

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EdTech 10: Favorite Blog Posts of 2013

2013 had no shortage of great blog content. We were thrilled, humbled and amazed by the content shared and thoughtful feedback from readers. Below our team compiled a list of the top 10 blogs we enjoyed this year. What were your favorites?

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Canvas by Instructure

Canvas by Instructure is the LMS that gets used. Canvas connects teachers, tools, ideas, and students, and then stays out of the way. With all the built-in features you need and the integrations you want, Canvas makes teaching and learning easier, enabling you to take education to a higher level.

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One Family’s Holiday Gift: A Love of Mathematics

Math is deep, and I can appreciate that not everyone, even people who love math, want to jump into the deep end on Christmas Eve. I’ve never been a person accustomed to small talk though, so a conversation about place value on Christmas Eve seems like as good a topic as any.

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The Benefits of Blogging as a Learning Tool, Part 1

Helping students with their future professional prospects should be a pretty strong argument in favor of bringing blogging into the classroom, but blogging offers a number of added benefits to the learning process.

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