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We use tablets at home all the time to learn. Why can't we use them more in school, too?
Tech innovation in the classroom must start early to prepare students not just for the working world but also the evolving college experience, says the dean of USC's Rossier School of Education.
Amplify STEM games work to strengthen students' skills in these two crucial areas of math, in a fun way.
An elementary school principal speaks of the dramatic improvements her students made with the Core Knowledge Language Arts curriculum.
More than 80 percent of districts surveyed are highly interested in starting or expanding a 1:1 initiative within the next two years.
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Middle school is a time of development, discovery and transition for students—but also an exciting and powerful time for math education.
From http://www.edutopia.org/blog/differentiated-instruction-ways-to-plan-john-mccarthy3 Ways to Plan for Diverse Learners: What Teachers Do>
Differentiated Instruction (DI) casts a spell on educators as to how it meets all students' needs, but every teacher already has the tools to differentiate in powerful ways for all learners.
Evan Marwell, CEO and Founder of nonprofit advocacy group EducationSuperHighway (ESH), shares his thoughts on the FCC's recent E-rate reforms.
U.S. schools and classrooms rank near the bottom among the countries studied in a first-ever report on education innovation by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development.
A study of 25 successful small New York City high schools found that each personalized learning for students, set high expectations, and relied on experienced, effective teachers.
A free course provides educators with a way to learn how to use Twitter and other social media to teach digital citizenship and promote honest discourse about the web.
A report from Digital Learning Now highlights policies and signals an important evolution in education: access to online courses.
Her are some key steps to implementing a strong mobile learning program, with some quick answers to real world problems that busy administrators may during roll out.
The Federal Communications Commission has pledged $2B to support wi-fi over two years, part of Obama's initiative to bring high-speed broadband to 99% of students.
As personalized learning becomes more widespread, here's a look at how teacher input can help shape effective policy.