An interview with John Martellaro over at the Mac Observer got me thinking...why can't we get this right?
News and analysis on IT and computing in the education sector.
Chris Dawson is a freelance writer, consultant, and policy advocate with 20 years of experience in education, technology, and the intersection of the two.
I'm at a great Think Tank event at MIT with Dell today on innovation in education. I'll be live blogging and tweeting all day.
The short answer? No. No it won't. And the ecosystem is to blame.
There are countless turnkey student information systems available, but Filemaker makes a compelling case for creating your own - fast.
If you haven't taken a look at Pathbrite, you need to. Suffice to say, the resume is dead.
For many US students and educators, India is just where they call to get tech support. But our students need to understand that India is much more than a billion-person call center.
Wait for it...a calculator that requires students to give a good estimate of their results before giving the exact answer. Go figure.
Educational technology finds an unlikely advocate and ally in News Corp's new venture called Amplify.
9 different interviews with 9 very different companies, highlighting news and announcements from this year's ISTE conference in San Diego.
From augmented reality to language learning to virtual classrooms, the word is mobile.