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JANUARY 2016 TABLE OF CONTENTS - Tech Learning

January 2016

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FEATURES

SPECIAL FEATURE: THE STATE OF E-RATE
Now that the fanfare is over, it’s time to ask what the largest U.S. edtech funding program has done for schools. According to the latest survey from the Consortium of School Networking (CoSN), the answer is: not much yet.

FUTURE ROOMS: THE INTELLIGENT USE OF SPACE
By Ellen Ullman
How districts are redesigning rooms to invigorate their STEM/STEAM programs.

GAME CHANGERS: REMOTE CONTROL
How one school turned its assistive technology strategy outside in through telepractice.

PRODUCTS

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Epson PowerLite 965H
MyOn 3.0
eDynamic Learning
Tales2go
littleBits’ Gizmos and Gadgets Kit

WHAT’S NEW

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

EDITORS DESK: EDTECH AND THE FED

TRENDING
National Education Technology Plan 2016: What’s Changed?
Survey: Do your teachers use mobile devices effectively for instruction?
SIIA Announces 2015 Innovation Incubator Winners
New Findings on Mobile Device Use in Schools
Challenges Resolved with Blended Learning Programs
Alliance Announces Two New Stem Programs
Tech & learning Stellar service awards
Top10 Web Stories
BLOG BITS
TOP TWEETS
IMPACT OF BLENDED LEARNING
SITE WE LIKE
Managing the Multigenerational Workforce
Apps of the Day from Techlearning.com
Adoption And Effects Of Gamification Reported
Class Tech Tips

BIG IDEAS
Personalizing Learning with Adaptive Technology
YikYak-Type High School App Used for Cyberbullying
What Students Think About Google Expeditions

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