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AUGUST 2015 TABLE OF CONTENTS - Tech Learning

August 2015

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FEATURES

SUPPLEMENT: THE ISTE ISSUE
T&L offers this collection of ISTE highlights, including opinions and takeaways from our advisors, the winners of our “Best of ISTE” contest, and dozens of new tools for schools.
ISTE2015: TOP TAKEAWAYS
The Student Connection
THE NEWBIE @ISTE
Keeping the Learning Going
5 Top Lessons From ISTE 2015
5 Things to Look Forward to for ISTE 2016
An International Perspective
ISTE 2015 Best of show
Tech&Learning Announces Best Edtech @ Infocomm

MOBILE DEVICE MANAGEMENT: A GUIDE
BYOD, 1:1, and shared computing continued to lead many conversations at ISTE 2015. How best to manage these devices was a big part of this conversation. Here are some of the latest mobile device management offerings.

THE DATA-DRIVEN DISTRICT
By Ellen Ullman
It is unlikely that any one tool will organize all school data into one neat package, but there are products that can solve a multitude of other tasks using data.

PRODUCTS

WHAT’S NEW: NEW TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

EDITOR’S NOTE: ALL ABOUT ISTE

BIG IDEAS

Top 10 Stories from Tech & Learning Live
TOP TWEETS
T&L Interviews Edtech Thought Leaders at ISTE 2015
Project Tomorrow Speak-Up results
Project RED Launches Phase III
Converting Assessment Data into Actionable Plans
T&L Reader Survey What Is Your Favorite Part of Iste?

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