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Magazine articles on technology used in education and school administration.
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T.H.E. Journal
February 2003
Sylvia Charp
Engaging the Tech-Savvy Generation It's the job of every educator to use all technological resources available to keep students engaged in the classroom. But a true tech-savvy educator is continually learning from his or her students. mark for My Articles 894 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
February 2003
Jaclyn Scott
Don't Forget the Little People: A Vision for an Online Kindergarten Learning Community Kindergarten students are unique because they are at the beginning stages of learning how to be independent individuals. They are dependent on adults to supervise, protect and guide them through life and learning experiences. These principles apply to a virtual learning community. mark for My Articles 638 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
February 2003
Jeff Sandler
School Printing Budgets Show Their True Colors With continually increasing budgetary restraints and the need to ensure a sound return on all technology investments, implementing a cost-effective document output solution is taking on an increased importance. mark for My Articles 722 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
February 2003
Matthew Miller
Hands-On Review: SOTEC 3120X Notebook Offering a powerful system that weighs 4.4 lbs., is 1.3" thin, comes in an attractive and sturdy magnesium alloy casing, and costs under $1,000, the SOTEC 3120X notebook is the answer to a lot of educators' and students' prayers. mark for My Articles 194 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
February 2003
Geoffrey Fletcher
Making Sense of NCLB's Technology Component This section of the bill calls for states to submit to the Education Department an application addressing 15 topics related to how they will use their technology money. mark for My Articles 145 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
January 2003
Greg Decker
Using Data to Drive Student Achievement in the Classroom and on High-Stakes Tests To increase student achievement in the classroom and on state tests, teachers need current and accurate data today. They need to see the relationship between student performance on curriculum and performance on the tests. In addition, they need to see it in real time, not months later. mark for My Articles 644 similar articles
Linux Journal
February 1, 2003
Michael Surran
Linux from Kindergarten to High School Moving the school computer lab to Linux was not an easy decision to make -- but it was a beneficial one. mark for My Articles 1514 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
January 2003
Wayne Moore
Facts and Assumptions of Assessment: Technology, The Missing Link The infusion of technology in schools has opened the door for opportunities to challenge governing bodies to use the technology to provide student assessment that will measure their abilities for connecting knowledge learned with real-world applications. mark for My Articles 1010 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
January 2003
Kay Woodfield
Getting On Board With Online Testing Like most technology being adopted in education, computerized testing has the potential to improve individual student learning. That was Idaho's goal when it selected a new Internet-enabled state test in spring 2002. mark for My Articles 925 similar articles
T.H.E. Journal
January 2003
Jeff Jennings
IT in a Time of Budget Cuts How school funding will affect the quality of education mark for My Articles 632 similar articles
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