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EdTech 10: Stay on the Ball

The players in this week’s EdTech 10 are wasting no time and that is exactly why we want to help you stay updated on the week’s events. We all have to stay on the “ball.”

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Build on Strengths, Explore Interests, Shore Up Weaknesses

About 40 months ago Nicholas Carr was suggesting that the Internet was making us stupid—which I thought was stupid. So I wrote Getting Smart: How Personal Digital Learning Will Make Us Smart. I, for one, am very optimistic about the potential to dramatically boost achievement and completion rates here and around the...

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Infographic: The State of Digital Education

See how much has changed in just three short years in our post, Getting Smart: How Digital Learning is Changing the World- 2013 Update. Also, see the inforgraphic below from Knewton capturing the incredible growth and current state of digital education today.

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Have Students Create Apps? Yes, They Can!

I suggest that teachers should all give the app a download and take a look regardless of what grade you teach. It may provide you with some inspiration for your own app, or idea to pursue with YOUR students this year. Brad Wilson and Steve Keinath deserve a lot of credit for what they are doing with students.

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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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