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.
The Ultimate Learning Tool: Educators Share Their Visions for the Learning Device of the Future
Remote Learning: Tech in Rural Schools
Habits of the Effective E-Rate Applicant
Urban Legends: How Technology Innovation Happened in Six Big-City School Districts
Swimming with Data: Expert collaboration helps districts use their data to make decisions
Where Jocks and Geeks Become Friends
GIS Technology Fuels Project-Based Learning
Virtual Competition: Are public school districts losing student enrollment to charter and for-profit virtual schools?
Shoulder-to-Shoulder Innovation in Arizona
Classroom Sound Amplification
Coming Soon! High-Stakes Online Testing
Are Teachers Really Using Tech Tools?
Collaboration Moves to the Cloud
360 Degrees of Reflection:
New Teacher Evaluation Technologies May Find Their Best Use as Tools for Self-Evaluation
ELL Goes Mobile and Goes Home
Technology's Effect on the Brain
Plus: The ABCs of BYOL
Green is Good: sustainable charter schools; school building that LEED; data centers that save energy & money; online tools for teaching environmentalism
A Mass Notification System Helps Mitigate Bomb Threats
Telepresence Arrives in a K-12 District
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