THE Journal Magazine

T.H.E. Journal magazine is published monthly in an interactive digtal / PDF format, as well via an app for interactive reading on iPadT.H.E. Journal is the top resource for articles on educational-technology / ed-tech articles for K-12 institutions. Click on an issue below to view or download. If you're looking for older issues see the archive of the print edition from January 1994 to November 2010.

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THE Journal Magazine: June 2014

Features:

  • 28 Free and Cheap Resources to Help You Teach Common Core
  • 10 Steps That Protect the Privacy of Student Data
  • 8 Great Tools for Classroom Presentations
  • Flipping the Classroom for Special Needs Students
  • Ed Tech: What’s the Use?


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THE Journal Magazine: May 2014

Features:

  • 10 Tech Tools That Inspire PBL in High School
  • How to Survive a Cyberattack
  • Teaching the Brain to Learn
  • How Mobile Devices Are Saving IWBs
  • E-Rate Reform Picks up Speed


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THE Journal Magazine: April 2014

Features:

  • Adaptive Learning: Are We There Yet?
  • Digital Citizenship for the Real World
  • 5 Reasons Schools Still Need Desktop Computers
  • The Maker Movement Connects to the Classroom
  • Helping STEM Take Root


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THE Journal Magazine: March 2014

Features:

  • 9 Lessons From 1-to-1 Pioneers
  • Keeping Student Data Private
  • Can Software Predict Teacher Success?
  • These Global Collaboration Projects Go Way Beyond Skype


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THE Journal Magazine: February 2014

Features:

  • 4 Ways CTOs Can Impact the Classroom
  • 7 Apps That Teach Literacy Skills
  • Protecting Your Mobile Device Investment
  • Projectors Get Interactive
  • The Digital Divide Hits Home


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THE Journal Magazine: January 2014

Features:

  • 10 Tech Skills That Every Educator Should Have
  • Big Business Speaks Out for the Common Core
  • 3 Ways to Build a Digital Content Library
  • Technologies That Unlock Competency-Based Learning