News and Highlights from ISTE 2013


ISTE is upon us once again! Educators and edtechies alike are gathering this week in San Antonio, Texas for the annual International Society for Technology in Education conference, one of the largest edtech conferences in the world. This year, more Continue reading

Let’s Talk Edtech: Today’s Top News

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Welcome to your Tuesday edition of “Let’s Talk Edtech!” Each day on Technapex, we’ll be assembling and posting the top edtech news of the week to keep pharmacy review course online you in the loop of all things education and Continue reading

Do School Administrators Behave Like Apple Fanboys?

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“One of the things that is so rewarding and so amazing to us is how quickly iPad has been embraced in education. Administrators, teachers and students have found iPad to be an incredible learning tool.” So said Apple CEO Tim Continue reading

McGraw-Hill and Dragonfly Sign Agreement for English-Learning e-Books


Given the popularity of PSY’s Gangnam Style in the U.S. I find it surprising that McGraw-Hill Education hasn’t gone the other way around and signed a deal to develop interactive e-books to teach Korean to Americans. The beautiful thing about Continue reading

Will Technology Make Us Rethink Age-Grouping in School?


The majority of American students go through their K-12 years grouped by age. If my memory levitra side effects serves me correctly, my cialis online classmates and I turned six in kindergarten, thirteen in seventh grade, sixteen as sophomores, Continue reading