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September 2015

September 2015

FULL ISSUE

FEATURES

GAME CHANGERS
Meet 10 people out to change the way we teach and learn. (opens in new tab)
By Holly Aguirre

35TH ANNIVERSARY SERIES: VETERAN EXPERTS GWEN SOLOMON AND DAVID WARLICK REFLECT ON HIGHLIGHTS FROM THE PAST 35 YEARS IN EDTECH.
A Government Project Sublimely Assessed (opens in new tab)
From Coding to Coding: (opens in new tab)

LEARNING SPACES FOR DIGITAL-AGE SKILLS (opens in new tab)
An active learning environment allows students to develop their creativity, collaboration, and problem-solving skills.
A Guide to Some of the Latest School Furniture and Charging Stations (opens in new tab)
School of the Future Today (opens in new tab)

10 FOUNDATIONAL PRINCIPLES FOR USING AND SAFEGUARDING STUDENTS’ PERSONAL INFORMATION (opens in new tab)
Everyone who uses student information has a responsibility to maintain students’ privacy and the security of their data, especially when these data are personally identifiable. Here are 10 rules to help you achieve that goal.
Back Office Business (opens in new tab)

PRODUCTS

PUT TO THE TEST: T&L EDITORS TAKE SOME NEW PRODUCTS FOR A TEST DRIVE.
Acer C740-C4PE 11.6” Chromebook (opens in new tab)
CloudReady by Neverware (opens in new tab)

WHAT’S NEW (opens in new tab)

DEPARTMENTS

EDITOR’S NOTE: PEOPLE POWER (opens in new tab)

BIG IDEAS

Top10 Web Stories (opens in new tab)
BLOG BITS (opens in new tab)
TOP TWEETS (opens in new tab)
Examining Classroom Connectivity (opens in new tab)
Site We Like (opens in new tab)
T&L Reader Survey How Much Professional Learning Did You Accomplish This Summer? (opens in new tab)
Apps of the day From techlearning.com (opens in new tab)
Project Connect Takes Action to Support K-12 Libraries, Librarians (opens in new tab)
3 Must-Do’s If Your School Purchases Curriculum (opens in new tab)
Class Tech Tips (opens in new tab)
12 Suggestions for Teaching Coding (opens in new tab)
Best Books to Read Now (opens in new tab)

THEY SAID IT (opens in new tab)
T&L advisor Darren Draper offers easy steps toward responsible technology use and understanding the basics of data security.