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Innovation Isn’t Just About Technology, It’s About Learning From Each Other

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Digital Promise believes that a national community of practice does more to spur innovation and improve outcomes for students than any technology can. Continue reading

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Every School Has a Story

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Digital Promise has partnered up with eight middle schools across the U.S. to create innovative learning environments and document their experiences. Continue reading

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Does the Use of Different Devices Affect the Outcomes of Standardized Testing?

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With so many new technologies in the classroom, researchers are now conducting studies to assess if different devices affect students’ test performances. Continue reading

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The Social Science Support for Student Collaboration

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Although the technologies used today to facilitate student collaboration are new, the social science support has a long history. Continue reading

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The Flipped Value of Simulations for Learning

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If we could have our way, I’d venture that students would not need simulations (sims) for learning. Every hands-on, real-world opportunity would be available to them if their circumstances allow. Continue reading

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Assessing Task Persistence

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We can use design patterns to outline the features of a task that will impact how we can use it to assess persistence. Continue reading

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Learning is Boundless in a Globally Connected Classroom

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Through free video conferencing sites, Kansas Teacher of the Year 2013, Dyane Smokorowski, gets her students connected globally to make learning boundless. Continue reading

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Teachability: A Community of Teachers Always Learning from Teachers

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Teachability, a free web community for teachers, offers a variety of topics for teachers to choose from to connect, discuss, learn and improve in education. Continue reading

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5 Steps for Finding Technology Funding

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Classrooms all over the world are rapidly adding technology to their rooms creating digital learning environments for both students and teachers. Getting all of this technology into a classroom is much easier said than done, though. Continue reading

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Teachers Drive Technology into Classrooms

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With an innovative approach, teachers in the West Ada school district in Meridian, Idaho raise $1.5 million to bring technology into their classrooms. Continue reading

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