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  As the iLearn Coordinator for Eden Prairie Schools in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Natasha Monsaas-Daly has plenty to think about. But that hasn’t stopped her from continuously pushing beyond the status quo. “We have taken the inspirational quote attributed to St. Jerome of ‘Good, better, best. Never let it rest. 'Til your good is better and your better is best,’ and used it as a driving force for iterations of our usage of Schoology as a platform for ...
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    TCEA 2016 is now upon us, and this conference is shaping up to be quite a ride. Every year, TCEA is filled with powerful presentations and exposés of emerging technologies in close proximity to some of the best Texas-style barbecue around. But this year, we're dialing up the intensity at Booth #1545 with great presentations led entirely by stellar members of the Schoology Community. So if you're at the conference, make sure to stop by our booth. We want to meet you, ...
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    What do you do while your students are taking a test online? Do you walk around checking their computer screens to make sure they aren't looking up the answers on Wikipedia or copying and pasting their answers into your essay questions? The rapid influx of online technologies in education has had countless benefits, but assessing student understanding has, in some ways, become more challenging due to unbridled access to information during tests. But as of today, we have an ...
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    Education technology got a little (or a lot) more exciting earlier this month at the annual launch of learning toys, gadgets, and programs during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. This year, we saw teaching robots created by an iconic toy brand, an investment made by a tennis star in preschool literacy tech, and my personal favorite, an electronic caterpillar that teaches kids how to code. Below are some of the most exciting education technology ...
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    For Colegio Inglés, an international school in Monterrey, education not only crosses national borders, but also surpasses traditional tactics that have limited curriculum in the past. Their mission is to foster innovative teaching and technology practices to achieve success in an increasingly intercultural society. Isaac Pineda, the Education Technology Coach for Colegio Inglés, has helped turn this mission into a reality. Boosting Communication and ...
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