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THE Journal Magazine: April 2014

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Departments:

  • Our Space: Common Core, Obamacare and the Numbers Game
  • Here & Now: Forget Web 2.0—It’s All About Social 3.0 Now
  • Product Roundup: A new projector, a bat detector and more
  • Innovator: Joe Mazza, director of connected teaching, learning and leadership at North Penn School District (PA)

April 2014 | vol. 42 no. 3

Adaptive Learning: Are We There Yet?
Tech companies, publishers and educators are working to transform an ed tech buzzword into a classroom reality. But, as one expert says, “It’s going to take some time to get it right.”
Digital Citizenship for the Real World
The Digital Driver’s License is helping students prove that they can navigate the hazards of the Internet.
5 Reasons Schools Still Need Desktop Computers
Despite the growth of mobile learning, desktops still play important roles in the 21st century classroom.
The Maker Movement Connects to the Classroom
A hands-on approach to STEM engages students, but how does project-based learning connect with standardized testing?
Helping STEM Take Root
Private and public sector groups are joining the effort to steer students toward tech education and careers.
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