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6 Pillars to Successfully Integrate Technology In Your 1:1 Classroom

Inspired By Gary Spracklen of Isle of Portland Aldridge Community Academy (IPACA), United Kingdom The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) conducted a study on the correlation between test performance and technology usage in the classroom.  In the last … Continue reading

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Useful Papers and Reports from the Center for Digital Education

The Center for Digital Education has several papers and reports that may be of interest to you.  Here are just a few that are a recommended read. What’s New with E-rate and How to Make It Work for You  http://www.centerdigitaled.com/paper/What-s-New-with-E-rate-and-How-to-Make-It-Work-for-You.htmlContinue reading

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Updates to the Smarter Balanced Technology Pages

To prepare schools and districts across the Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium for successful implementation of the Smarter Balanced assessment system, a variety of updates have been made to the Technology page of the Smarter Balanced website. The Technology page on … Continue reading

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SETDA Announces New Guide to Technology Requirements for Testing

As states and districts prepare for new online assessments aligned to the Common Core State Standards, successful implementation will depend on effective use of technology: Schools must have the technology they need to administer the tests and ensure that students … Continue reading

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Register Now for the NH Broadband Conference

REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!  Please join us on Friday, May 16, 2014 at the Grappone Conference Center, Concord, New Hampshire. Registration is now open! For pricing and to register to attend, click here. For location and lodging information, and to make reservations … Continue reading

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Non-Profit EducationSuperHighway Launches Comprehensive National Effort to Upgrade the Internet Access in America’s Public Schools

SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – Dec 4, 2013) – EducationSuperHighway, the nonprofit organization dedicated to bringing high speed broadband to the nation’s K-12 public schools, today announced that it is launching a comprehensive national effort to upgrade America’s schools. Mark Zuckerberg’s … Continue reading

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New Hampshire SchoolSpeedTest Month is Here!

Starting October 15, any teacher, administrator or staff person on the school network can visit the New Hampshire School Speed Test Page  and take an automatic one-minute Internet speed test. With this data your district, and New Hampshire,  can prioritize … Continue reading

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School Bandwidth Speed Test Month Coming for New Hampshire

In preparation for the upcoming Smarter Balanced online assessments, as well as to take action on the President’s new ConnectED initiative, take local steps to maximize the impact of current funds, and make the case to connect every teacher and … Continue reading

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Technology Integration is Dead!

DAILY INSIGHT: From School CIO By Gary Shattuck, CIO Advisor Technology integration is dead; or, at least, it should be. Why do I make such an outlandishly bold statement? I make this statement because the phrase “technology integration” has taken … Continue reading

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Technology in education is no longer a noun

DAILY INSIGHT: From School CIO By Gary Shattuck, CIO Advisor Education is on the same technology trajectory as business, only slower. In the past, technology was defined as a noun. School districts bought things: computers, servers, printers, and interactive whiteboards. … Continue reading

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