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Larry D. Rosen
How to use students' immersion in technology to enrich their learning.
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The director of the Office of Educational Technology envisions the day when broadband is universal and digital devices are available for every student.
Building an online presence is a literacy for our times.
How online reading discourages students from grappling with difficult content.
Julie Coiro and Jay Fogleman
A look at instructional websites you will want to use with your students.
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Why it's time to stop banning cell phones and start integrating them into learning.
Pete Davidson, Alison Enzinna, Casey Gannon, Samoris Hall, Corinne Hayward, Ogechi Irondi, Ashley Magnifico, Terence Perry and Michael Virag
… multitasking, PowerPoint, the downside of technology, and more.
Sameer Hinduja and Justin W. Patchin
What can prevent bullying inside and outside of school?
Matt Federoff, Troy Hicks, Anthony Mangiacapre, Erin Reilly, Ryan Imbriale, Eric Sheninger, Dan Meyer and Eric Langhorst
… all the devices technology leaders wish they had had when they were students.
Amy Overbay, Melinda Mollette and Ellen S. Vasu
Technology plans must be about people, not technology.
Lemoyne S. Dunn
How to extend learning with your own class website.
The benefits of online learning, from a former skeptic.
Jane Margolis, Joanna Goode and David Bernier
High school computer science classes can propel students into promising careers.
Can we dodge those bullets—and use PowerPoint more effectively?
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One-to-one initiatives engender enthusiasm but have mixed results.
Robert J. Marzano
Observing fellow teachers' instruction increases energy for change.
William M. Ferriter
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