April 2014 Table of Contents - Tech Learning

April 2014

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E-Rate Update
A real-time roundup of recent promises and practicalities for the county’s largest edtech initiative and what it may mean for your school district.

School CIO: How To Build a Platform for Any Device
By Carl Fahle
As school leaders struggle with managing the technology evolution, how can we become comfortable enough to allow any device into the classroom? Mechanisms that provide a “scaffold” approach can help districts to move toward a device-agnostic environment.

School CIO: Back Office Business

From Gotcha to Understanding: Next-Generation Teacher Evaluations
By Ellen Ullman
Nothing evokes as much fear in a teacher’s mind as the thought of his or her principal or other administrator popping in on a random day for observation. Here’s a look at three districts that are using technology to turn teacher evaluations into a more positive experience.

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Put to the Test: T&L Editors take some new products for a test drive.
T&L Reviews Think Through Math
T&L Reviews Belkin Stage App

What’s New


Editor’s Note: E-Rate the Right Way

News & Trends
Top10 Web Stories
The Four Steps of Flipping
How many of your students have access to the Internet for schoolwork at home?
Site We Like
• What Does “Tech Ready” Really Mean
ConnectED Update
Creative Commons Resources
Keeping Students Safe Online
Google Science Fair
Study Shows Online PD Affects Student Scores
From the Web: Apps of the Day from Techlearning.com

They Said It: The Rules of 21st Century Education: A Student’s Perspective

WLAN for a Massive 1:1 Learning Initiative



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April 2010 Table of Contents

FEATURESSCHOOL CIO Open source or proprietary? When it comes to assessment solutions, it doesn’t have to be an either or decision. By Pam Derringer The Big Picture A conversation with Jerry Weast While the superintendent of Montgomery County (Maryland) Public