Personalized Measurement

Personalized Learning Personalized Learning is an expression that has come to mean many things. If you think about it, no one really wants 'Non-Personalized Learning'. So call it what you may, we all want the same thing. In this article, we are not advocating any personalized learning approach, but simply…

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Urgent: Google Docs Phishing

Introduction Yesterday (Wed May 3, 2017) Google announced it had stopped a hacking attempt (called Phishing attempt) targeting its users. This has immediately raised concerns in education circles especially that many districts are using GAFE (Google for Education). This article will explain this hacking attempt in laymen's terms and how…

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KnowledgeBase now online!

Our new KnowledgeBase is now online. We have designed it to allow easy traversal and linking of articles, for teachers and administrators to find information quickly. Search The KnowledgeBase comes with a built-in search engine that indexes all articles. The search will prioritize articles based on scoring criteria for all…

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Pearson & Open Content

Open Educational Resources are taking on a bigger share of K-12 content consumption. Even if the classroom is not digital, students can still be directed to, or on their own, access online digital learning content. The CEO of Pearson, John Fallon, was recently interviewed by EdWeek (link at the bottom…

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Simplicity by Design

Steve Jobs famously pioneered three key elements that make up the foundation of all of Apple's products today. We wholeheartedly subscribe to his thought leadership in everything that we do. This article, in honor of this great thinker, will go through those three key elements as far as they relate…

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