Learning, Innovation & Tech

October 2010

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Washington Post: Top High School Prevents Curiosity in Learning

"Is that the best way to encourage learning? Are we so stuck on managing classroom competition that we can't let students explore libraries, or the Internet, and make connections between the textbook and the real world?" --Jay Mathews, The Washington Post Read more
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Can The iPhone Be The Magic "Cure" For Dyslexia & Reading?

Orig. published The Daily Riff April 2010Can The iPhone Be The Magic "Cure" For Dyslexia & Reading?Howard Hill writes from the guardian.co.uk  sharing an incredible discovery at the age of 57:"I was hopeless at school, messy and terrible at spelling.... Read more
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Your Child's Digital Dossier

Your Child's Life As Recorded by Technology - Four Minute Video Read more
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Doodling in Math Class: Snakes & Graphs

Math as Art: "math relies too much on memorization and not enough on immersion" Read more
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Using Ed-Tech To Individualize Education: Three Videos

From Education Week's Technology in Education Conference: Leadership Forum Read more
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Race To Nowhere: Must-Watch Documentary Clip

Are We Creating A Culture Of Unprepared High Achievers? Read more
It had long since come to my attention that people of accomplishment rarely sat back and let things happen to them. They went out and happened to things.
Leonardo da Vinci
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