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The Weird and Wonderful Virtual Diseases in the Gaming World

10/31/2012 - New, terrifying diseases have formed the core of many of the greatest franchises ever to hit the gaming world. Disease as a story line ha

Deanna Jump, Georgia Kindergarten Teacher, Becomes Self-Made Millionaire By Selling Lesson Plans Online

10/01/2012 - Deanna Jump, a 43-year-old kindergarten teacher, has unexpectedly become a self-made millionaire — by selling her lesson plans to other

How to realize ed tech’s game-changing potential

10/02/2012 - During a recent webinar, the nation’s director of educational technology highlighted how technology can support more effective instruct

‘Embodied learning’ blends lessons with student-computer interaction

09/27/2012 - In an Elizabeth Forward Middle School classroom, students in an eighth-grade math class spent a recent morning getting into their lesson

Opening Delayed for New Jersey’s First Online-Only School

07/18/2012 - The first online charter school to begin operating in New Jersey has had its opening delayed by a year, nj.com reports. This week the sta

Technology Rapidly Changing the Definition of Homeschooling

08/21/2012 - It’s hard to identify an area where technology has made more impact than homeschooling. With the growth of digital learning options, ma

Few Ohio Districts Take Advantage of Online Snow-Day Option

08/28/2012 - Although an Ohio law allows schools to hold classes online for up to three academic days out of each year, only a few school districts ha

Colleges Take Varied Approaches to iPad Experiments, With Mixed Results

10/18/2011 - Several colleges that have been trying out iPads in the classroom will be sharing their experiences at the annual Educause conference, wh

Apple’s Steve Jobs Was a Pioneer in Education Technology

10/06/2011 - Steve Jobs, whose creativity and creations such as the Macintosh computers, iPhones, and iPads have influenced more than three decades of

Steve Wozniak to educators: “be brave, use the new technology”

03/07/2011 - Computers have certainly aided learning in recent years, but they haven't yet fostered the promised revolution in education that has been