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How Online GED Prep Can Help Dropouts

Anonymity and the option to work at their own pace attracts students who failed to thrive in a traditional academic setting.

7 Steps to Preparing for Common Core and Mobile Device Rollouts

Trying to implement a mobile device initiative while your district's teachers and staff are preparing for the Common Core online assessments can be like to trying to balance on two wild horses with a single set of reins. Two California district leaders share advice and resources they have gained from their ongoing mobile device transitions.

Will This Website Save Your Library (and Your Librarians)?

The virtual learning commons could be the secret power that turns your school website into a participatory digital space that serves learning 24/7.

9 Video Tips for a Better Flipped Classroom

Early adopters share how schools can find success with teachers and students alike--even when the technology seems as topsy-turvy as the lessons.

These MOOCs Will Make You Reconsider Everything About PD

Will massive open online courses revolutionize professional development?

11 Programs for Primary Teachers

Visalia USD's Patricia "Petey" Smith recently offered up a bevy of recommended technologies designed to help make primary educators' jobs easier and their teaching more effective.

Blending Netbooks, Tablets, and Digital Curriculum

Here's how Staples Motley Schools (MN) brought its classrooms into the 21st century by creating a blended learning environment.

9 Outstanding iPhone Photography Projects to Try With Your Students

Get inspired by these easy mobile photo projects that teach collaboration, math, writing, and more.

8 Ways to Teach With Pinterest

The photo sharing site is an easy way to share teaching ideas, help your students with research, and celebrate your successes.

Beyond the Basics of the Flipped Classroom

Teachers Paul Werner and Geoffrey Clarion offer seven techniques you can use to enhance your approach to flipped learning.

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