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13 Keys to Successful Blended Learning.

Subjects: *BLENDED learning; *EDUCATIONAL technology; *TEACHING methodsUNITED States

  • Source: T H E Journal. Aug/Sep2015, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p26-27. 2p.

  • Abstract: The article offers ideas to ensure the success of blended learning. It presents the five stages of ...

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WHAT'S HOT WHAT'S NOT for 2015.

Subjects: *EDUCATIONAL technology -- Congresses; *INSTRUCTIONAL innovations; *SOCIAL media in educationBILLINGS, Karen; DREXLER, Wendy; JOHNSON, Larry

  • Source: T H E Journal. Dec2014, Vol. 41 Issue 12, p12-20. 7p.

  • Abstract: The article discusses the highlights of a virtual roundtable on instructional technology participated in by several educational technology leaders including Karen Billings of the Software & ...

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Logging on to Staff Development.

Subjects: *PROFESSIONAL education; *SCHOOL districts; *EDUCATIONAL technologyMOBILE County (Ala.); ALABAMA

  • Source: T H E Journal. Jun2005, Vol. 32 Issue 11, p14-18. 4p. 2 Color Photographs.

  • Abstract: This article focuses on the introduction of an online professional development in the Mobile County Public School System in Alabama to enhance the knowledge of ...

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HOME CONNECTIVITY AND THE HOMEWORK GAP.

Subjects: *KNOWLEDGE gap theory; *HOMEWORK; *INTERNET accessUNITED StatesSOUTH, Joseph

  • Source: T H E Journal. Jun/Jul2016, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p16-20. 4p.

  • Abstract: The article focuses on the home connectivity and homework gap in the U.S. Topics discussed include the ConnectED initiative launched by President Barack Obama ...

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DREAM ON.

Subjects: *EDUCATIONAL technology; *INTERNET in education; *COMPUTER managed instructionWOJCICKI, Esther; KILEY, George; RYAN, Tom

  • Source: T H E Journal. Oct2010, Vol. 37 Issue 9, p20-24. 5p.

  • Abstract: The article reports on four projects which are said to illustrate the beneficial convergence of technology and education. These include a humanities curriculum called Web-News ...

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5 Trends That Follow the Money.

Subjects: *TRENDS; *EDUCATIONAL finance; *SCHOOL districtsUNITED StatesK-12 (Periodical)

  • Source: T H E Journal. Aug2012, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p12-15. 4p.

  • Abstract: This article presents funding trends that are expected to affect the K-12 environment in the U.S. in 2013. These trends include the shifting role of ...

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Approaching ground zero with today's technology tools.

Subjects: *INTRANETS (Computer networks); *ELECTRONIC data processing; FROMMEL Smith High School (Chesapeake, Va.)VIRGINIA; CHESAPEAKE (Va.); UNITED States

  • Source: T H E Journal. Aug97, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p56. 4p. 3 Color Photographs.

  • Abstract: Reports on the ways and means adopted by Frommel Smith High School in Chesapeake, Virginia to integrate software tools with existing hardware to launch and ...

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6 Tips for Smart IT in 2014.

Subjects: *SCHOOL districts; *INFORMATION technology; *STUDENTSUNITED States

  • Source: T H E Journal. Dec2013, Vol. 40 Issue 12, p9-13. 5p.

  • Abstract: The article discusses six suggestions that U.S. school districts can take for smart information technology (IT) in 2014. An in-house metric-tracking system was developed by ...

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Computerized Adaptive Testing: Effective Measurementfor All Students.

Subjects: *EDUCATIONAL tests & measurements; *SCHOOL districts; *STANDARDIZED testsPORTLAND (Or.); OREGON; IDAHO

  • Source: T H E Journal. May2004, Vol. 31 Issue 10, p14-20. 3p.

  • Abstract: Considers computerized adaptive tests as one reason for the success of the Meridian School District in Idaho. Advantages of computerized tests over traditional standardized tests; ...

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