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This Week In Education Technology: 3/27/2015

Posted by The LearnBop Team

Mar 27, 2015 8:05:00 AM

Minecraft Now Free For Every School In Northern Ireland

 

Educational block-building game set to be distributed to schools in project devised by CultureTECH innovation festival. Read more.

How We Can Define And Improve Ed Tech Efficacy

 

So many developers of courseware are pushing products – some school districts field up to 20 sales calls a day from vendors – that school officials are overwhelmed and find it hard to discern which products will click with students and teachers and hopefully end up benefiting learning. Read more.

Parents Need To Get Informed About Gadgets In The Classroom

 

Parents should be taking the time to learn the basics about the technology their children are using in the classroom. Read more.

Obama Announces New Funds To Expand Science Education

 

President Barack Obama has announced nearly a quarter-billion dollars in new pledges to support the study of science, technology, engineering and math. Read more.

Udemy's Exciting Teacher Tech Initiative

 

Udemy’s Teacher Tech Initiative brings free and highly-discounted computer technology courses to K-12 teachers across the country, so teachers can better prepare students for the jobs of the future. Read more.

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