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Monthly Archives: August 2013
ArcGIS Desktop 10.2 is now available! For those of you in K-12 schools using the desktop version of the Esri software, the latest version is now available through NHEdGIS. Although ArcGIS Desktop 10.1 will continue to work fine, 10.2 has … Continue reading
For those of you who might want to start getting your kids used to online assessments! It’s Free and easy. Using Google for Cost-Effective, Easy-to-Manage Online Assessment Thursday, August 29, 2013 3:00 pm EST / 12 pm PST Register … Continue reading
The maker movement is a global, DIY movement of people who take charge of their lives, solve their own problems and share how they solved them. And it’s growing in schools that are searching for more authentic learning experiences for … Continue reading
As you know, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has recently launched a rule making process to modernize the E-rate program to ensure that the program is able to continue its critical role in supporting universal access to advanced telecommunications services … Continue reading
The Flipped Classroom model is gaining momentum in classrooms around the world. Much has been said and written about the benefits and advantages of the Flipped Classroom throughout the year, so during the last three weeks of school I decided … Continue reading
Whether it’s technology, the global economy or the changing nature of work itself, we are tasked with preparing our children for success in college, career and citizenship in a world that looks very different from the one we grew up … Continue reading