May 2014 Table of Contents - Tech Learning

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SUPPLEMENT: The World Outside: 7 Ways to Use Multimedia and AV Tools to Enhance Creativity
By Ellen Ullman
Teachers across the curriculum are elevating their lessons by taking virtual field trips, creating virtual worlds, bringing book reports to life, and more.

Mobile Learning
By Ellen Ullman
From device management to content flow, here’s how districts make it possible to really offer 24/7 learning.

School CIO: It’s Bigger Than the Backbone: 4 Steps to Prepare Teachers for CCSS Assessments
By Andrew Miller
How can district leaders prepare their teachers for the transition to CCSS assessments? Miller offers four strategies that can be used to prepare your teachers for these nextgeneration assessments.

School CIO: Back Office Business

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PRODUCTS

Put to the Test: T&L Editors take some new products for a test drive.
KnowRe
Qwertytown
Robot and Swivl Cloud App
Vernier: Go Wireless Temp

What’s New

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

Editor’s Note: Much Ado About Privacy

News & Trends
Top10 Web Stories
BLOG BITS
TOP TWEETS
Survey Reveals Digital Trends Vary by Gender
T&L Reader Survey: How do you enter grades?
Site We Like
Mobile Not Just for BYOT
Inspiring the Next Generation of Inventors
Apps for Storytelling

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May 2011 Table of Contents

FEATURESSCHOOL CIO Follow the Leader In recent years, national and state school administrator associations have stepped up to help their members, especially superintendents, understand and expand the role of technology in their districts’ operations, including business as well as teaching