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Tips to prepare students for online assessments

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 04, 2015

Schools this year will administer new online exams to about 12 million K-12 students. In this commentary, three doctoral students studying educational psychology and instructional technology highlight the tech skills students will need to be successful on assessments developed by the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers. T.H.E. Journal (03/03)


More colleges see future in 3D printing

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 02, 2015

Analysis: Open-source textbooks help cut costs for students

SmartBrief on EdTech | Feb 26, 2015

Physics professors design tech to enhance student engagement

SmartBrief on EdTech | Feb 26, 2015

Google launches age-appropriate YouTube Kids app

SmartBrief on EdTech | Feb 26, 2015

3D-printing project teaches students about geometry

SmartBrief on EdTech | Feb 27, 2015

Free online platform allows teachers to create digital permission slips

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 02, 2015

Tenn. lawmakers consider next steps for virtual schools

SmartBrief on EdTech | Mar 03, 2015

Pro tips for surviving the zombie apocalypse

SmartBrief on EdTech | Feb 26, 2015

FCC approves Net neutrality rules

SmartBrief on EdTech | Feb 27, 2015


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