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EdTech 10: Getting Smart About Procurement

This week, we worked with Digital Learning Now! (DLN) to launch the 10th paper in the Smart Series, the Smart Series Guide to EdTech with contributions from The Learning Accelerator and Curriculum Associates.

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Smart Procurement

Procurement in the highly decentralized U.S. K-12 education system has always been challenging, but the explosion of web and mobile applications has compounded these challenges in the last 3 years. We are both encouraged by the investment and innovation in the EdTech sector but concerned that purchasing remains complic...

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Learning

Udemy Is Launching an Android App

"Our suite of mobile apps puts us closer than ever to realizing our vision that anyone, anywhere can learn anything."

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Digital Learning Now! Releases Smart Series Guide to EdTech Procurement

The goal is to create a framework for EdTech purchasing by offering practical advice to guide key decisions, sharing lessons learned from districts that have already made the digital shift, discussing the implications for blended learning, and providing examples of best practices in education policy that support smart ...

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13 Startups Share Dreams at ImagineK12 Demo Day

There was a full house at a Palo Alto hotel ballroom for the fifth Imagine12 Demo Day--the debut of 13 eager edtech startups. Check out our summary of the teacher tools.

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Leadership

10 Sources of Inspiration for Next-Gen Learning Systems

Easier said than done, right? We could keep adding technology to current schools but that would just create a more expensive version of what we have.

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The Perimeter, the Players, and the Offering: An Interactive Learning Structure

My conversations with the students as I circulated the classroom revealed this truth. I looked over my fifty-plus learning structures to see which one fit best, and I discovered the need for a totally new structure, one that accommodated the literature and standards, the current students, and our classroom. So, out of...

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