Tweetables: Weekly Edtech News Fit to Tweet


Boston is in our hearts this week as the fallout of the Boston Marathon bombing unfolds. So as not to interrupt ongoing news updates, we will not be tweeting our weekly news bits today. Technapex presents “Tweetables,” our roundup of Continue reading

The Rise and Fall of High Schoolers’ Interest in STEM

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Last week My College Options and STEMconnector released a report on high school students’ interest in STEM subjects. The national survey set out to reveal whether or not students want to pursue STEM subjects in college and in their careers, Continue reading

Tweetables: This Week’s Top News That’s Good Enough to Tweet


Haven’t been keeping up with your edtech news lately? Fear not! Technapex presents “Tweetables,” our roundup of the week’s top shareable #edtech articles. Be sure to follow us on Twitter too! @Technapex The Web-Deprived Study at McDonald’s For rural students Continue reading

Webinar: Teaching Educators How to Be Entrepreneurs in Schools


As we’re preparing for our upcoming edtech event (“Open and Social Education” – register here!), we here at Technapex have been thinking a lot about all the different roles people play in education. There are the teachers and students of Continue reading

Upcoming Edtech Webinars: Common Core for Parents, Digital & Mobile Learning


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Taking the Election to School: Debate Now On Demand

Obama Education Advisor Jon Schnur, right, gestures as Romney Education Advisor Phil Handy, left, listens during their debate at Teachers College Horace Mann Auditorium on the Columbia University campus, Monday, October 15, 2012. Emile Wamsteker for Education Week

Now that the three presidential debates have finally wrapped up, we can focus our attention on education issues surrounding the 2012 election. In case you missed last week’s education debate, Taking the Election to School: Making Education a Focus of Continue reading

Education Advisers to Obama and Romney to Debate; Live Webcast

Taking the Election to School

Next week Teachers College Columbia University, the college’s graduate school of education, will host an education debate titled “Taking the Election to School: Making Education a Focus of the 2012 Election.” John Schnur, education adviser to President Barack Obama, and Continue reading