2 February 2012
A group of education leaders gathered last week to discuss the most important technology innovations of the last decade, and their findings suggest the classroom of the future will be open, mobile, and flexible enough to reach individual students—while free online tools will challenge the authority of traditional institutions.
[Source: Chronicle of Higher Education]
13 January 2012
Six suggestions to help transform classrooms into next-generation learning spaces, including physical space, process, and technology considerations.
[Source: Campus Technology]
25 October 2011
The chief technology officer of eBay sends his children to a nine-classroom school here. So do employees of Silicon Valley giants like Google, Apple, Yahoo and Hewlett-Packard.
But the school’s chief teaching tools are anything but high-tech: pens and paper, knitting needles and, occasionally, mud. Not a computer to be found. No screens at all. They are not allowed in the classroom, and the school even frowns on their use at home.
via At Waldorf School in Silicon Valley, Technology Can Wait – NYTimes.com.
12 October 2011
Create dynamic conversations around documents, snapshots, diagrams and videos, on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
via VoiceThread – Mobile.
14 September 2011
Codecademy is the easiest way to learn how to code. It’s interactive, fun, and you can do it with your friends.
via Learn to code | Codecademy.
11 September 2011
The future Center for Media Initiatives (CMI) in the new William’s College Library will be an animated new hub of creative activity.