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Teachnology Blog: Are We “Dumbing Down” What We Do With Kids ...

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He tells us that when educational computing transformed itself into educational technology, we turned from letting students attempt the impossible to having them name the parts of a computer. As for teachers, we make them ...
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Biggest Attack on Apple Computers Didn't Pay Off, Symantec Says ...

Symbolically, last month's news of a hacking attack on more than 600000 Mac computers sent a loud message: Apple products are now vulnerable to the same kind of mass infections that Microsoft Windows computers are.
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Recycle-Computers.com - Helping You To Recycle Your Old Computer Equipment

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Helping you to Recycle your Old Computer Equipment, please recycle your Old Computers, Old Hard Drives, Old Laptops and Old Monitors.
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Educational Technology - Technology tools for learning and ...

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I believe that micro lessons could be a powerful tool that we can use with students. I hope that you enjoy this Blog site. This site will discuss educational technology as a tool for student learning.
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Thrown Into the Fire | Free Scholarships Blog

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Submitted by Bev Woessner (Fayetteville High School) I'm not even good at writing, I just want to be a part of the school newspaper. I just want to be a part of something great.
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