December 2009 Table of Contents - Tech Learning

December 2009 Table of Contents

FEATURESLeader of the Year Award Tech & Learning honors four educators who know what it takes to get a project done. From “tech forts” in New Mexico to funding tablet PC programs in Kentucky, these educators prove that hard work
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Leader of the Year Award
Tech & Learning honors four educators who know what it takes to get a project done. From “tech forts” in New Mexico to funding tablet PC programs in Kentucky, these educators prove that hard work and inspiration can make technology integration a success anywhere.

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Awards of Excellence
For school districts facing tough times and tougher budgets, software bells and whistles will no longer be enough for a sale. Our team of judges put this year’s crop through its paces. Find out which ones made the cut.

Portraits of Learning
Picked from over two thousand entries, this year’s winners show that art and technology make for a beautiful friendship. See if your budding photographers can match up and enter for 2010.

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June 2009 Table of Contents

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APRIL 2009 Table of Contents

FEATURESFacebook Faceoff It may be the most volatile question in education today—is there a place for social networking in schools? Check highlights from our ongoing online debate. This version of the story appeared in the print issue of the magazine.

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October 2009 Table of Contents

FEATURESThe Essential Guide for K 12 Librarians Major shifts in information and communication landscapes present new opportunities for librarians. Read how your info specialist can help learners of all ages effectively use, manage, evaluate, organize and communicate in the 21st

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November 2009 Table of Contents

FEATURESBig Picture In his new book “The World Is Open,” author Curtis Bonk makes bold predictions about a more personalized age of learning. We present a few highlights School CIO The Data Is In Student Information Systems (SISs) are already

January 2009 Table of Contents

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September 2009 Table of Contents

FEATURESDon’t Call It Shop It’s called career and tech ed (CTE), and if this acronym isn’t known around your district yet, it should be. Three cutting edge programs across the country prove that vocational programs are truly preparing kids for