T.H.E. Journal Insider
Critical Insights for K-12 Education Technology Pros


  • Different Angles on Educational Technology

    The mainstream media makes another of its routine ill-educated attacks on educational technology.

  • Make It Stop

    In a recent survey, we learned that, among other things, our readers are interested in the longer-term trends in education: Not just what's on the horizon in terms of the latest technology, but the impact it will have on education and the larger society. Appropriately, the most recent T.H.E. Journal has a couple of good pieces about just that.

  • The Waterbed Effect in K-12 Education

    As schools become increasing digital, the arising challenges cannot easily be dealt with one at a time. The interlocking nature of the issues makes the close observer feel like he or she is still bouncing around on a 1970s icon.



  • 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.


Personalized Learning

  • This Time It's Personal

    Truly student-centered learning has a lot of support in high places in education, but it can’t happen without the right technology infrastructure to drive it. And the technology may be ready to deliver on its promise.

  • The Tablets Are Coming

    Today’s next-generation tablets are small and light, they’re relatively inexpensive, they have a long battery life, and, with exponential growth in applications, they can do just about anything. Schools may want to get ready now, because if the technology is, as the experts predict, in its infancy, there’s a tablet explosion on the horizon.


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