June 2012 Table of Contents
Assessment: Where’s the Tech in the Common Core?
T&L editors spoke with industry experts to get insight about
how technology will be used to both leverage and manage the
delivery of curriculum that meets Common Core standards.
9 WAYS TO ASSESS WITHOUT STANDARDIZED TESTS
Assessment Strategies: Back Office Business
Tech & Learning’s 2012 Most Influential in EdTech
By Holly Aguirre
Streaming video and digital textbooks in the classroom.
Stronger assessments through technology. These issues are no
longer speculation but reality. These are the people that are
making it happen. Ready or not, here they come.
SCHOOLCIO : Preparing for Online Testing in 2014
From New Jersey to Ohio to Washington, districts are preparing for
online testing. Here, we check in with a few district-level technology
directors to see where they are in the process. This section also
includes comments from and profiles on our CIO advisors.
How do you get buy-in on edtech from the school community?
CIOProfile: Rick Cave
THEY SAID IT: From the SchoolCIO Advisor Blog
Put to the Test: T&L editors take some new products for a test drive.
Read&Write 5 GOLD for Mac
Long Review: Lightspeed’s My Big Campus and learning.com
DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS
Editors Desk – How the list was picked
News & Trends
• Top 10 Web stories
• BLOG BITS
• TOP TWEETS
• Are You Ready for 2014?
• 5 Ways to Clean YouTube Videos
• Site We Like
• The “Ultimate School” Infographic
• Top Sites for Images and Clip Art
• New Movie Umbrella License
• Video of the Week Blog Series
• Solve for Tomorrow Awards
They Said It: Joyce Valenza analyzes the
research value of infographics.