October 2012 Table of Contents - Tech Learning

October 2012 Table of Contents

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FEATURES

Mix It Up
By Ellen Ullman
Why should students have all the fun when it comes to learning? The following five districts have come up with innovative ways to deliver professional development opportunities to their teachers.

The State of STEM
By Sascha Zuger
What are the real educational outcomes of programs with a science-tech-engineering-math focus, and how will the current economic climate affect future programming? Here’s a look at STEM today, and what STEM might look like tomorrow.

School CIO: The Perfect Blend
By Ellen Ullman
Although each district handles blended learning differently, we can all agree that it’s a great way to let teachers differentiate instruction.

CIO Profile: Patricia Haughney, Chief Information Officer, Barrington (IL) Community Unit School District 220

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PRODUCTS

Put to the Test: T&L Editors take some new products for a test drive.
Study Pad Splash Math
LG N2210WZ Monitor
Espresso
Study Blue
Apple Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8)

What’s New
T&L’s round-up of the latest tools for schools.

DEPARTMENTS & COLUMNS

Editor’s Desk
Editor’s Note: Numbers Up

News & Trends
Top 10 Online Stories
BLOG BITS
TOP TWEETS
Site We Like
Are Students Prepared for a Global Economy?
Connected Educator Month by the Numbers
Mobile Device Survey
BYOD Poll
Must-Have Free iPad Apps
Grants & Contests

They Said It: Challenge the Status Quo

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