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Do students prefer textbooks or tech?

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Does tech improve learning? Or is it just the first step of many? Students and teachers may see the question differently.

Can you hack Kahoot? Many can and do

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Gamification achieves a new level in millions of classroom around the world with Kahoot. That makes it a target.

So-called ‘personalized learning’ doesn’t add up

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"Personalized learning" using technology to pace lessons as each student masters content is the right idea, but so far, nobody's cracked the code.

Facebook platform lets students set the pace

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A partnership between Facebook and a charter school network in Silicon Valley has produced a Web platform that puts students in control.

Tech changes the experience in Md. schools

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A near 1-to-1 technology initiative in Worcester Co., Md., aims to prepare students, by high school graduation, for college or the work force.

Digital device choice affects test scores

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Students who take standardized high school tests online using tablets score lower than those who take the tests on laptops.

Quinn the robot teaches geometry in groups

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A robot is helping students learn geometry. Research points us toward moving students into collaborative groups, away from 1-to-1 device use.

Digital divide leaves some 1-to-1 kids unconnected

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We take a look at tech initiatives for learning in our schools and question whether this is really "personalized" learning or just "digital" learning.

Online writing tests favor the users

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Using a computer to take tests may cause some unfairness between high-performing and other students, not only in math but in writing.

What might be more important than lockers?

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A Va. H.S. has replaced lockers in several hallways with technology, such as charging stations, white boards, and other electronics students need today.