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This Week In Education Technology: 1/23/2015

Posted by The LearnBop Team

Jan 23, 2015 8:05:00 AM

Redesigning Schools For Today's Students And Beyond

 

A number of studies emerged in 2014 with promising early evidence that new school designs can accelerate learning gains for all students, especially those who are furthest behind. Read more.

Acer Promotes Bring-Your-Own-Device Education

 

Acer’s Australian arm has launched a website aimed at encouraging schools to try out BYOD, as well as publishing a white paper arguing the essential elements schools need for BYOD success. Read more.

MeArm Aims To Bring Robotics To The Classroom

 

Two decades after flunking his GCSEs, Ben Gray has created a robot which could change the way schoolchildren are taught. Read more.

Obama To Propose New Student Privacy Legislation

 

President Obama is planning to propose new federal legislation to safeguard student privacy, a move that comes as new classroom technologies gather sensitive personal information about children in order to deliver personalized lessons. Read more.

Future Of Ed Tech: Automation, Curation, Gamification

 

Education will be transformed by these trends, which are already gaining a lot of steam and providing excellent results. Read more.

 

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