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Some schools tell students to bring own technology - Newsday

Some schools tell students to bring own technology - Newsday | Computers in Education | Scoop.it

NewsdaySome schools tell students to bring own technologyNewsdayIt remains to be seen how well technology of this kind can be integrated into the classroom, but it's an important development." In Connecticut, some of the districts adopting "bring ...

Mrs. Cruz's students respond to this article by answering the following questions on Edmodo under the post titled Bring Your Own Technology. Would you like to having the same policy at school? Why or Why not? What problems do you think school administrators and students have to face with the new policy? Earn 5 XP. Closes 9/24/2012


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Denise Cruz's curator insight, September 5, 2013 10:17 PM

Mrs. Cruz's IT students respond to this article by answering the following questions on Edmodo under the post titled Bring Your Own Technology. Would you like to have the same policy at school? Why or Why not? What problems do you think school administrators and students have to face with the new policy? State at least two problems. Earn 5 XP. Closes 9/12/2013

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4 surprising lessons about education from data collected around the world | TED Blog

4 surprising lessons about education from data collected around the world | TED Blog | Computers in Education | Scoop.it
PISA is a test for school systems around the world—compiling data that can help them improve. Here, some surprising findings of the survey.

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ElizabethHS's curator insight, April 30, 2013 9:36 PM

A TED talk on a new initiative to measure and compare countries' education systems globally.