Politico Finns beat U.S. with low-tech take on school Politico “Instead, they see teachers teaching and pupils learning as they would in any typical good school in the United States,” he writes in his blog.
Kathleen McClaskey's insight: Personalized Learning Newsletter for May is out and filled with great articles and stories. You see, 2014 is the year of Personalized Learning. The buzz is out. Teacher and learner roles are changing.
Online learning. Is technology breaking the traditional bond between teachers and students? Karen Wilkins is an online business trainer and PhD student researching the effect of technology on relationships.
Tech integrators in Concord help with curriculum, tech teaching Concord Monitor “It is a very powerful connection when you are able to bring classroom teachers who have that experience in curriculum development with someone who has that experience...
The Learning Curve story Marketplace.org Or how educational television would be the future of learning? But this time, things look different. Technology really may change the way teachers teach and children learn.
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