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For Teachers With Classroom Technology: What's the Appetite for Innovation?

Jayne Miller wrote this on May 13, 2016

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Fancy seeing you here.

This week we've been reading about buying edtech, futile attempts to define personal learning, measuring the success of classroom tech, and high schools in airports.

First things first: our fave story of the week came from The Hechinger Report. Nicole Dobo explores how schools measure success of their edtech. "More than ever, how to measure the success – or lack thereof – of educational technology is being debated among educators, policy wonks and academics," writes Dobo. It's a nice edtech thought-starter for the weekend.

I also recommend you click the EdSurge piece below authored by our own Eli Jameson, all about the connection between schools and edtech vendors.

Hope you enjoy this week's edtech picks - we'll be back with more next Friday.

More schools have modern Internet and computers. What are they doing with them? | The Hechinger Report

How to Have the Right Conversation With an Edtech Salesperson | EdSurge

Zuckerberg and Chan Hire Education Leader to Run Philanthropic Effort | The New York Times

Classroom Technologies Haven’t Reached Their Potential | EdTech Magazine

Virtual reality — from the living room to the classroom | TechCrunch

Deep Inside New York's JFK Airport, There's A High School | NPR Ed

This Mongolian Teenager Aced a MOOC. Now He Wants to Widen Their Impact. | The Chronicle of Higher Education

Stop Trying to Define Personalized Learning | EdSurge

Selecting the Learning Management System That is Right for Your School | Chalkup

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