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This Week In Education Technology: 1/2/2015

Posted by The LearnBop Team

Jan 2, 2015 8:05:00 AM

FCC Vote Could Mean $1.5 Billion Per Year Increase In School Technology


The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to approve a tax increase that will generate $1.5 billion more each year on technology for the nation’s schools and libraries. Read more.

How To Conduct Ed Tech User Feedback


The value of observing teachers and students at work goes beyond gaining a more “accurate” picture of utilization; it also can uncover surprising kinds of use. Read more.

Competition Essential To Solving U.S. STEM Gap


Finding and retaining more talented teachers and allowing students to choose the school that makes them the most comfortable are both key to engaging students in difficult subjects like STEM-related education. Read more.

Vocab Tech For Toddlers Encourages Anytime, Anywhere Learning


The workshop created a game called "Big Bird's Words," which is aimed at showing kids how words are related. Read more.

New Jersey School Creates Web-Based Classroom


As technology-based tools continue to flood into county classrooms, one Netcong Elementary School teacher is leading the charge to fully integrate traditional and tech-focused teaching. Read more.

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