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Monthly Archives: September 2014
Speak Up News, October 2014 In this newsletter, you will find information regarding… Speak Up 2014 launches next Monday! Register today, surveys are available October 6th- December 19th, 2014 Register as your school or district’s primary contact: Stay up to … Continue reading
Online Learning is Just as Effective as Traditional Education, According to a New MIT Study More than 7.1 million students are currently taking at least one online course. Despite the apparent popularity, however, educators have given the trend low marks. … Continue reading
Millions of educators and others around the world have participated in hundreds of professional development opportunities as part of Connected Educator Month (CEM) the last two years. Originally developed by the U.S. Department of Education and its partners as part … Continue reading
The Highbridge Hill Elementary School was the recipient of New Hampshire Society for Technology in Eduation’s Christ Nelson Memorial Grant Program in 2013. At NHSTE’s Annual Meeting and Night of Networking, Wednesday, September, 24, the Team presented their work to … Continue reading
At the request of the Office of Educational Technology, US Department of Education, I wanted to share the following information with you. This message is targeted to local school superintendents. Please pass it along as appropriate, and consider taking the … Continue reading
Technology is a crucial part of what is happening in the classroom, and whenever a new hardware or software comes out, educators are thinking, “How could we use this in the classroom?” Although we should have different ways and options … Continue reading
As the legislative session wraps up, student data privacy bills are headed to the books in 20 states. State policymakers introduced 110 bills on student data privacy in 36 states this session, with 30 of them passing both houses and … Continue reading