Top 10 Online Stories

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1 Making 1:1 Work

Ellen Ullman checked in with some 1:1 districts to get their insight into what makes these initiatives strong and how they can be sustained.

2 New Study Says MOOCs Have Few Active Users

A new study from the University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education reveals some interesting findings related to MOOCs.

3 Google Adds More to Play

Google Play for Education announced a new aspect of their content distribution strategy—digital books.

4 6 Must-Have Evernote iPad Apps and Chrome Extensions

J Robinson lists additional extensions and tablet apps that make Evernote even more useful and versatile for the school leader and classroom teacher.

5 Product Review: Britannica Pathways: Science

MaryAnn Karre reviews this online, interactive approach to teaching the scientific method.

6 Animated Atlas: Growth of a Nation

A review of the growth of the U.S. from the Revolutionary War until all the states were added in 1959.

7 Favorite Student Apps & Tools

At Tech Forum California, students from elementary through high school shared their favorite apps and tools.

8 Survey: Americans Concerned about Use of Students’ Personal Data

Common Sense Media released a survey showing adults are concerned about how students’ personal data may be used to market to them.

9 Send Them on Learning Missions

Shelly Terrell stopped giving her students homework and began to give them a choice of missions and challenges.

10 Top 100 Sites and Apps of 2013

David Kapuler cites digital storytelling as one of the most prominent themes in this year’s list.

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