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February 2017

February 2017

FULL ISSUE

FEATURES

MATH INSTRUCTION + EDTECH TOOLS = SUCCESS (opens in new tab)
By Tara Smith
As test scores rise and engagement increases, schools are beginning to see the incalculable benefits of implementing digital curriculum and resources for math instruction.

MAGIC BUS : IN TEXAS, THEY DO EVERYTHING BIGGER, INCLUDING WIFI EXPANSION (opens in new tab)
By Ellen Ullman
At the Huntsville (TX) Independent School District, smart buses keep their students connected as they travel the district’s vast distance of 644 square miles.

CALIFORNIA DISTRICT GETS ROCKET READY (opens in new tab)
By Michael Morrison
At the Laguna Beach (CA) Unified School District, a new “Rocket Ready” program takes a fresh approach to PD.

NEW LEARNING SPACES, NEW FURNITURE (opens in new tab)
As schools reimagine their learning spaces, furniture companies are reimagining their designs to complement these spaces. Here are some of the latest releases for K-12.

PRODUCTS

PUT TO THE TEST: T&L EDITORS TAKE SOME NEW PRODUCTS FOR A TEST DRIVE.
Vernier LabQuest Stream (opens in new tab)
HMH Science Dimensions (opens in new tab)
MakerBot Replicator Mini+ (opens in new tab)
Classcraft (opens in new tab)
Hitachi CP-X25LWN LCD (opens in new tab)

WHAT’S NEW: NEW TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS  (opens in new tab)

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

EDITOR’S NOTE: AWAY WE GO (opens in new tab)

TRENDING
TOP10 WEB STORIES (opens in new tab)
BLOG BITS (opens in new tab)
TOP TWEETS (opens in new tab)
DATA SHOWS SCHOOLS STRUGGLE TO MODERNIZE CLASSROOM PRACTICES (opens in new tab)
SITE WE LIKE (opens in new tab)
T&L READER SURVEY HOW MUCH EFFECT WILL A TRUMP PRESIDENCY HAVE ON YOUR CLASSROOM IN THE NEXT YEAR? (opens in new tab)
DIGITAL LEARNING DAY 2017 ANNOUNCED (opens in new tab)
7 REASONS TO PLAN A LONG TIME AHEAD FOR CONFERENCES (opens in new tab)
APPS OF THE DAY FROM TECHLEARNING.COM
RESOURCES TO TRY WITH LEARNERS IN 2017 (opens in new tab)
TECHNOLOGIES TO WATCH FOR IN 2017 (opens in new tab)
CLASS TECH TIPS (opens in new tab)

BIG IDEAS: BOLD PREDICTIONS SURE TO GO WRONG IN 2017 (opens in new tab)