August 2014 Table of Contents - Tech Learning

August 2014

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T&L offers this collection of ISTE highlights, including opinions and takeaways from our advisors, photos from our Leader of the Year celebration, the winners of our first “Best of ISTE” contest, and dozens of new tools for schools.
Believe the Hype!

5 ISTE 2014 Take Aways
ISTE 2014 Underground
ISTE 2014 Teaching Matters
Leader of the Year Celebration
ISTE 2014 Best of Show
ISTE 2014 What's New

2014 Tablets for Education Roundup
By Shannon Mersand
It can be a difficult undertaking to find the right tablet for your classroom. Included here are some of the top tablets currently on the market for education.

Lifelong Learners: How Teachers Develop New Skills and Improve Their Practice
By Ellen Ullman
Just as teachers and parents want students to keep learning, administrators want teachers to keep improving. Here’s a look at how schools and districts make it easy for teachers to continue their learning.

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Put to the Test: T&L Editors take some new products for a test drive.
Google Classroom: A Sneak Peek
zSpace Interactive System
Learning Upgrade
Adobe Voice and Office Mix
Read&Write Gold for Mac Version 6

ISTE 2014 What's New


Editor’s Note : Showstopper

Top10 Web Stories
9 Tips to Break Into Paid Gigs
Site We Like
T&L Reader Survey: In which area do you think Big Data will have the most influence?
Multi-Platform Drivers
Get The Big Picture
Great Web sites for Summer Learning
What’s Next for Academic Software
Education is #1 in App Adoption
Apps of the day from
10 Sites for Online Tutorials
Chromebook Tips
E-Rate: Funding Critical for Success



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August 2010 Table of Contents

FEATURESSchool CIO RTT in Tennessee Mary Reel, a school superintendent in the 2,100 student district of Milan, calls the Tennessee Value Added Assessment System (TVAAS) “Value Added on Steroids” and has used the data system to turn around struggling students,

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FEATURES Textbook Deathwatch The question it seems is no longer “if?” but “when?” Read why some sort of digital curricula is the next inevitable step for any school looking to do right by its students. By Judy Salpeter Eight Ways

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August 2011 Table of Contents

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