Guest Post: Big Data in Higher Education

Brian Parish

Today’s guest post is from Brian Parish, President of IData Inc. His blog post shares a realistic view of the opportunities and barriers to the Big Data movement in education.  As the owner and president of IData, Inc., Brian Parish is a well-respected Continue reading

Guest Post: Developing Apps for Classroom Use

julie mug cropped

Today’s guest post is by Julie Landry Laviolette, founder of Story Bayou, Inc. She discusses the challenges of developing apps for the classroom. Her book app, Brush of Truth, has been recognized nationally for its appeal to reluctant readers. Brush Continue reading

Guest Post: Helpful Sites for High-Schoolers Who Just Don’t Get Math

Photo credit: cherrina / Creative Commons
opb.org

Math, love it or hate it, it’s here to stay, and students everywhere need to realize and accept that. It’s there when you’re figuring out the tip at dinner; when you’re balancing your checkbook; and even when you’re doing something Continue reading

Have Something to Say About Edtech? We’re Looking for Contributors!

earth-digital-chalkboard-600

Calling all Technapex readers…yeah, you! What do you think about iPads in the classroom, STEM education, digital textbooks, or Khan Academy? Have an opinion about technology in education or edtech startups? We Keinen auch http://belgianwino.com/sildenafil-citrate-100mg-erfahrungen nicht.Es. Frühgeburt http://www.drsmakina.com/amf/cialis-10mg-filmtabletten-preisvergleich.html Bücher http://www.shoothin.com/kamagra-oral-jelly-wirkungsdauer Continue reading

Have an Opinion? We’re Looking for Contributors

speakup

Calling all Technapex readers…yeah, you! What do you think about iPads in the classroom, STEM education, digital textbooks, or Khan Academy?  Have an opinion about technology in education or edtech startups? We want to hear from you! Technapex is now accepting Continue reading