THE Journal is published monthly in a digital/PDF format that can be viewed on mobile and desktop platforms. THE Journal is the top resource for articles on education technology 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.
Return to Sender: employers are looking for young workers equipped with the skills to fill 21st century challenges. So why aren't schools producing them?
Not-So-Extreme Makeover: school libraries go digital
Energy Management Systems Smarten Up
Home-School Connection: computers that keep learning in the family
Robots AT THE READY! Robotics competitions have tech-minded students charged up and gearing for battle;
Higher Ed-driven pilot projects;
Smart Money: web tools for teaching economic literacy;
Special section - Mobile Learning: 4 steps to wireless, 10 apps for education, 1 model for reform
The Social Classroom: Facebook, Twitter, and the gang have arrived. Is K-12 security up to the challenge?
Online Systems for Safety Compliance;
Anti-Plagiarism Tools: prevention over punishment;
Virtual World's Apart: why Second Life users are flocking to OpenSim;
FETC 2011 Special Section: exclusive interviews, a rundown of exhibitors, new products to look for
What Lies Ahead? Special Feature: tablet-based textbooks; syndicated online teachers; ed tech leaders forecast what the digital revolution will bear next.
Downward Ho! Tech tools travel from higher ed to K-12
The Virtues of Virtualization
FETC 2011 Conference Brochure
Idea People: From inspiration to implementation, these educators are driven by their visions of what tech-based teaching and learning can achieve.
Changing Their Tune - Music Teachers go Digital
The Power of 3D Classroom Content
Green Tech: is paperless possible? Print management software is on the job.
NEXT! Student techs are at your service
The Incredible, Flexible, Expandable Classroom!
Reshaping RTI: Building a Better Triangle
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Many educational experts recognize that collaboration is a critical skill for students’ current and future success. Yet, collaboration isn’t necessarily a natural skill. Students need to learn how to work with others. And they need the tools, opportunities and space to collaborate. Here’s what THE Journal learned when it asked educators about instilling collaboration into their classroom practices.