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Why Social Studies is Becoming AI Studies

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We’ve all witnessed how artificial intelligence (AI) is reshaping lives and changing the world. AI is not a tech issue, it’s a social studies issue and it’s time to start bringing youth into the conversation and preparing them for the future of work.

A Look at MakerBot Education

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3D printing is being used to support STEM integration, design thinking and more all over the country. Jamie Back explores MakerBot Education's resources.

6 Keys to a Successful Classroom Technology Pilot

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By: Gerard Dawson. A superintendent and an instructional coach share how they got started using video-driven teacher observation.

Going Global with Virtual Field Trips

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Why use AR and VR? These tools enable educators to provide powerful opportunities for students to do more than learn through videos or photos.

Active Learning, Data-Informed Decisions and Security Headline Educause

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Tom recently attended the EDUCAUSE Annual Conference where he spoke with Cisco’s Education Advocate, Dr. Lance Ford, about active learning, data-driven supports, and flexible secure learning.

Facebook For Education: Activate, Collaborate, Innovate

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With the recent launch of its new Facebook for Education microsite, Facebook is showing that innovation is not just a part of its past, it is a part of its future. Here are some of their top resources for education.

Going Beyond Data: 10 Tips for Building a Culture Around Numbers

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Jessica Slusser explains why data-centered cultures work and shares tips on how to build a school culture around numbers.

How The EdTech Accelerator Model Needs To Change

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Katie Boody, Founder and CEO of LEANLAB, explores how "designing with, not for communities" is needed to adjust the EdTech accelerator model.

Cutting To The Chase – How a School’s Approach To Technology Can Impact Learning Outcomes

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By: Giancarlo Brotto. Learn how clear the right technology, used the right way, has the power to transform teaching and learning.

Making “It’s All About the Data” a Reality in Education

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By: Pak Chung Wong & Alina A. von Davier. What impact can access to the vast amount of data available to educators have on linking student assessment to student achievement? Find out here.