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This Week In Education Technology: 3/20/2015

Posted by The LearnBop Team

Mar 20, 2015 8:05:00 AM

10 Reasons Flipped Classrooms Could Change Education


A policy expert and author explains why using technology to leverage new forms of teaching excites both teachers and students. Read more.

9 Ed Tech Developments To Note From SXSWedu 2015


As you might expect, there was plenty of ed tech innovation on display at last week's SXSWedu in Austin, TX — ranging from game-based learning and satellites for STEM to a simpler solution for assembling citations. In no particular order, here are nine ed tech developments to note from SXSWedu. Read more.

Teachers Try Embracing Students' Gaming Interest


It can be hard to peel a young person's eyes off the screen. Rather than fight the electronic glue, some educators are embracing kids' tech-obsession and finding ways to incorporate computer games into the classroom. Read more.

Washington Teacher Digitally Duplicates Himself


Randy Brown, a third-grade teacher at Fryelands Elementary School here, has digitally duplicated himself. He's produced more than 500 instructional videos that allow him more one-on-one time with students. Read more.

'Tech Buddies' Pair Up For Digital Day


The students were participating in Tech Buddies, a program that brings older and younger classes together to collaborate on digital projects. Read more.

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