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This Week In Education Technology: 2/6/2015

Posted by The LearnBop Team

Feb 6, 2015 8:05:00 AM

For Some Schools, Learning Doesn't Stop On Snow Days 

 

Even when schools are closed for snow, students in Delphi, Ind., are expected to log on to their classes from home. Read more.

Traveling Science Lab Brings Classroom To Students

 

The Kentucky Department of Agriculture's new high-tech Mobile Science Activity Center put rubber to the road to meet Hazard Middle School students. Read more.

The Techies Who Are Hacking Education 

 

Perhaps it’s not surprising that the tech community—a group not known for mastering the delicate social mores of adolescence—might pursue an unconventional approach to schooling. Read more.

Five Ed Tech Takeaways From An Adminstrator Who Returned To Teaching

 

The goal of this teaching year was to implement a personalized learning model to figure out how to better differentiate instruction by leveraging technology. Read more.

Tech Propels Preschoolers Toward Literacy

 

Nine million words. Or, 9,234,504, to be exact. That’s the amount of vocabulary Napa County preschoolers were reportedly exposed to in a new program implemented this past year. Read more.

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