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How Educators Can Bridge the Equity Gap

The digital revolution has helped level the playing field in learning, giving millions access to information and opportunities through internet access. But one giant hurdle is keeping this generation.. 14 more words

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Learn Programming, Solve Problems With Mini Code Blocks

This innovative, bite-size approach gives kids an intro to some of the basics of programming.

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Tech & Learning's Stellar Service Awards 2016

Tech & Learning is excited to announce that we are now accepting entries for the T&L Stellar Service Awards . These awards were established to honor the great achievements in customer care and satisf.. 14 more words

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Parents Across America Warn about Misuse of EdTech in Schools — Diane Ravitch's blog

This just in from the parent advocacy group, Parents Across America: Contact: Laura Bowman, PAA-Roanoke Valley: 540-819-6385 Julie Woestehoff, PAA interim executive director: 773-715-3989 Our Children @ Risk Parents raise alarm about EdTech’s harmful effects on children’s academic, intellectual, emotional, physical and social development Echoing the 1983 “Nation at Risk” report, Parents Across America (PAA) […]

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Working Offline with Chromebooks

There are two ways you can use your Chromebooks offine.  The first is to go in to Google Drive and enable OFFLINE MODE.  The directions for this are here:  105 more words


12 Girls from Fiction Who Are Their Own Heroes

The days where a young maiden waits longingly in the top of the tower for someone to come rescue her are long gone. Our girls — and boys — love to read books that reflect the strong and independent females they see in the real world, stories with young heroines who save themselves, and others, from the dangers of daily life or magical adventures with a combination of grit, intelligence, wit, and perseverance. 53 more words

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