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Thanks for sharing, Shelly Terrell!


I am not sure that I agree with the list and reasons.  What do you all think?  Do share, please!

Read Managing the digital classroom – Using a backchannel at

It is always a good idea to anticipate and prepare for innovations!  Read more here at

The list is:

  1. Augmented Reality
  2. 3D printers
  3. Cloud computingNew interactive and flexible displays5.
  4. Multi-Touch LCD screen
  5.  Biometrics
  6. Learning based on games
  7. MOOCs and other online learning options


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Great stuff to look forward to at

Posted: 26/12/2016 by broadyesl in educational technology, Uncategorized
December 22, 2016
eSchool News Today

#7: The 4 essentials of a successful Genius Hour
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Genius Hour projects may be open ended, but there are still some ground rules. Here are some tips for making Genius Hour work in your school.

App of the Week

App of the Week: A gorgeous cooperative journey

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Here’s what you need to know about Betsy DeVos, likely Education Secretary
DeVos vouchers

With his nomination of billionaire Betsy DeVos for U.S. Secretary of Education, President-elect Donald Trump seems to be making good on his campaign promise to promote school choice. Trump has…

10 Hour of Code and computer science resources
computer science coding

Every year in December, students and teachers have a chance to participate in nationwide computer science and coding activities during Computer Science Education Week. Computer Science Education Week, running from…

Are outdated computers reverting students to a prehistoric era?

If today’s educators continue to encourage the use of keyboards instead of digital ink and paper, they run the risk of being a ‘pager’ teacher in a smart phone world,…