STEM, Crowdsourcing Experiments and iOS Wish Lists: Today’s Edtech News

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Amplify Tablet for K12 Revealed at SXSWedu

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Exciting announcements from the SXSWedu conference abound this week! Tablets will always be a hot topic in edtech (particularly the discussion of Apple’s iPad as an effective education tool, as evidenced this week in Mashable), but today all eyes are Continue reading

New York City Considered EdTech Hotspot

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Big Data in K12 Education from Nelson Heller

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Nelson Heller, president of the HellerResults Group and founder of The Heller Reports newsletters and EdNET: The Educational Networking Conference, recently released a report on big data in K-12 education. His opening paragraph begins: “A wave of K-12 entrepreneurial initiatives sees the application of Continue reading

Disrupting Education – TechCrunch Disrupt Education Panel Recap [Video]

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Today marks the last day of TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco, so we’re providing a recap of Monday’s education technology panel that featured moderator Greg Ferenstein of TechCrunch and the following panelists: Khan Academy Founder Sal Khan, former Chancellor of New Continue reading

News Corp Announces Amplify for Public Schools

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Mass media giant News Corp and digital service provider AT&T announced a new initiative for public schools called Amplify, a project that aims to provide students with tablet computers for the 2012-2013 school year. For the upcoming year, schools which Continue reading