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  • A Presenter's Highlights of FETC 2012

    Each person who attends the Florida Educational Technology Conference (FETC) arrives feeling the same buzz. For those who have a hunger to learn about technology and its effectiveness in education, it's like a natural high. People everywhere, all friendly faces, some you know from social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, or LinkedIn, while so many more are new faces. All are open opportunities to engage in great conversations focused on one goal: to become better educators.


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  • 2012 Charp Award Nominations Are Now Open

    Nominations are now being accepted for the 2012 Sylvia Charp Award, given jointly each year by T.H.E. Journal and the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), to recognize the outstanding districtwide use of innovative technology in K-12 education.

  • 2013 FETC Call for Papers Opens

    The call for papers, during which those who want to lead sessions or present papers during FETC 2013, will open March 1.


Session Recaps

  • Digital Learning: What Kids Really Want

    According to Project Tomorrow CEO Julie Evans, "Today's students have their own 'student vision' for how they want to use technology for learning. That vision," she said, "is really a statement of how students want to learn in general."

  • High-Density WiFi: Planning for the Future

    Wireless develpment didn't end with 802.11n. With new, higher-speed specifications looming, plus the ever-increasing demands of 1-to-1 and BYOD programs in schools, planning for the future in wireless implementations is just as crucial as ever.

  • Scaling Education with the Web

    This year's graduating class will be the first not to know a world without the Web. According to Google Chromebooks Group Product Manager Rajen Sheth, this has serious implications for how we educate.


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