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It’s Time: Create Smart Policies to Support Student Tech Use

Technology has become a seamless part of students’ lives in and out of the classroom, and schools must find ways to integrate it. This is one of the conclusions in a report by the National Association of State Boards of Education (NASBE), which states that policymakers at the highest level need to understand the trend … Continue reading It’s Time: Create Smart Policies to Support Student Tech Use →

To Make Blended Learning Work, Teachers Try Different Tactics

By now, most would agree that technology has the potential to be a useful tool for learning. Many schools have invested in some form of technology, whether it’s in computer labs, tablets, or a laptop for every student, depending on their budget. But for many schools, finding a way to integrate the use of tech … Continue reading To Make Blended Learning Work, Teachers Try Different Tactics →

How Should Teaching Change in the Age of Siri?

By Marsha Ratzel “Siri, can you tell me what 2x+7 is?” You know the future is rushing towards us when students no longer ask the teacher if they can use a calculator, but instead ask if they can ask Siri. Siri shows a plot of the equation, what kind of geometric shape it is, and … Continue reading How Should Teaching Change in the Age of Siri? →

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