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Blended Learning Questions Tech People Should Ask

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Howard Chan posted some thoughtful questions about blended learning on his blog, Socratech Seminars, over the weekend. They are worth re-reading here.

School of One Named an i3 Highest Rated Applicant

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Joel Rose, CEO of School of One in New York City, writes about upcoming events, their accolades as i3's highest ranked applicant, and a growth strategy for the institution going forward.

Putting Your "Beta" Foot Forward

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When technology administrators or edtech coordinators make technology decisions for schools, it is important to understand the cultural impact it will have on all stakeholders. Make cultural and workflow awareness part of your "beta" tech reforms.

Maximize Ed to Fulfill Every Student Need

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Patrick Riccards, a guest blogger from the eduflack blog, tells us that Chicago Public Schools gives us a great example of making school an adaptable and flexible environment that matches every student's need with an appropriate offering. The result is achievement.

Sarah Miller and Beth Anderson: Phoenix Charter Academy II

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We are running Chad Sansing's interview with the heads of Phoenix Charter Academy in Chelsea, MA in three parts. Here is part two. Click to read and to see the link for part one from earlier this week.

Beth Anderson & Sarah Miller: Phoenix Charter Academy

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Beth Anderson, Executive Director, and Sarah Miller, Dean of Student and Family Support, share more of the school's story, strategies, and challenges with Chad Sansing in the following interview.

Building a Better EdTech Specialist

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Do you know Howard Chan? "I have a bachelors in electrical engineering, and have spent seven years working in the information technology industry. I have been in teaching (Masters in Education) for six years and have been the director of technology for four. My experiences in both education and technology has brought me to the conclusion that we need a new hybrid degree for the next generation EdTech specialist."

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