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16 Ways the 2016 Horizon Report Indicates That Higher Ed is Undergoing a Seismic Shift

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Education Technology Success Stories Future of Education Technology Making the case for Education Technologies 2016 horizon report for higher ed focus on change higher education undergoing major changes NMC Horizon report findings report details major changes for higher educationSome of the gusts may be damaging, but some can also. Thanks (and thanks for subscribing)!].

Report: States not making the grade on report cards

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States are failing to effectively communicate essential information to families, educators, and communities about how their schools are doing, a new report finds. For example, across all states, report cards used more than five different terms to describe children from low-income families.  Next page: Key findings from the state report cards report).

Report: Broadband access making ‘dramatic’ progress

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The data comes from the second annual State of the States report from the nonprofit EducationSuperHighway , which analyzed 2016 FCC E-rate data representing 10,499 school districts and more than 38 million students. Eighty-eight percent of U.S. According to the data, this mean that 88 percent of school districts–38 million students–are achieving the minimum connectivity goal.

10 creative alternatives to research reports and papers

Ditch That Textbook

In high school and college, I suffered through quite a few research reports and papers. Ed Tech audioboom edtech educational technology gafe Google Apps piktochart research papers research reports thinglinkgathered data, cited sources, followed MLA style and double spaced. turned in my papers. Then I never did anything else with them.

Roving reporters #EduTECHAU

Learning with 'e's

One of the many, many highlights for me of my time at EduTech Australia this year in Brisbane, was an interview I did with some of Pearson's sponsored students roving reporters. My two intrepid reporters, Ryan and Sohan (Sohan sat behind the camera) asked me about my views on the current education system, and how I saw learning changing in the future. These boys will go far.

Report: Gamifying computer science is an easy place to start

eSchool News

In fact, though interest in computer science education, and access to it, is growing, a recent report found that not enough students are taking high-quality computer science classes at the high school and university levels. The report found that just half of U.S. CodeCombat offers a game-based platform through which students learn coding in an engaging manner. Gaming News STEM

Elementary Book Report Machine

The Electric Educator

My first project of 2016 was to help Kingsley elementary school , a small school in northern Michigan, build an elementary book report machine. book report is a tremendous way to help students practice reflective, informational writing, and to also encourage them to identify elements of literature such as genre, plot, and setting. Book reports are meant to be read!

Self-Paced E-Learning Market Evaporating, Report Finds

Marketplace K-12

Future revenue in the $33 billion e-learning market is expected to fall precipitously in the United States and internationally, but sales of other types of digital learning products are predicted to rise, according to a market research report released recently. The free report , published by Monroe, Wash.-based Global Market for Ed-Tech Hardware Grows, Report Shows. Sam S.

Report: Last affordable options for college students are fast disappearing

The Herchinger Report

The converging trends of falling state investment, rising tuition, and stagnant incomes has finally pushed higher education out of the grasp of low- and middle-income Americans, even at community colleges, a new report contends. This story was produced by  The Hechinger Report , a nonprofit, independent news organization focused on inequality and innovation in education.

Report: Students’ tech use remains infrequent

eSchool News

The report cites Richard Freed, a clinical psychologist and the author of Wired Child: Reclaiming Childhood in a Digital Age, as saying that “high levels of smartphone use by teens often have a detrimental effect on achievement, because teen phone use is dominated by entertainment, not learning, applications.” Material from a press release was used in this report. Barnwell 2016).

Report: 4 security recommendations to keep student data safe

eSchool News

Chief among these concerns are breaches into school systems and accidental data leaks, according to a new report on data privacy from the Southern Regional Education Board , a collective that works with K-12 and higher ed policy leaders in 16 southern states. Here are 4 additional recommendations from the report. The report, with additional suggestions, is available in full online.

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Game-Based Learning Thrives, Despite Report of its Decline

EdTech Magazine

By Tommy Peterson Many K–12 educators remain enthusiastic about game-based learning despite a report that adoption has stalled. Classroom Game-based Learning STEM

Iowa school poverty and report card rankings

Dangerously Irrelevant

Today the Iowa Department of Education issued its first-ever school report cards. Ames High School didn’t do as well this time, only managing an overall ranking of Commendable , which is the third-highest report card category. In future years, the point boundaries for the school report categories will be locked into place and schools will be able to move in and out of the categories.

Innovating Pedagogy Report released - some great information included

Educational Technology Guy

The Open University''s annual ''Innovating Pedagogy'' report has just been published. 2014 is the third year they have published the report, exploring innovations in teaching, learning and assessment. Take a look at here: [link] news/news/2014-innovating- pedagogy-report. This post originally appeared on Educational Technology Guy. Follow me on Twitter and Google+.

Report: More states are taking steps to protect student privacy

eSchool News

Separately, a report on data privacy from the Southern Regional Education Board, found that 34 states (including 14 SREB member states, mostly located in the U.S. A new analysis from the Data Quality Campaign shows more and more states are taking steps to ensure student privacy through legislation. In 2016, 14 states passed 16 laws. IT Management IT Newsletter Safety & Security

Spending on Ed-Tech Hardware Hits $15B Worldwide, Report Finds

Marketplace K-12

Education Technology: “Personal Computing in K-12 Q4 2014 Market Track Report” Follow  @EdWeekMMolnar  and  @EdMarketBrief  for the latest news on industry and innovation in education. The post Spending on Ed-Tech Hardware Hits $15B Worldwide, Report Finds appeared first on Market Brief. based provider of ed-tech research. Growth has been strong,” with $4.5

The saga continues: Report finds ongoing iPad problems at LAUSD

eSchool News

What ensued instead was a costly debacle, and, in its wake, a fledgling, problematic recovery, described in a new report released September 2. That’s also what they said last year after the same researchers raised similar issues in their initial report. Few teachers took advantage of the Pearson materials, according to the report. And Supt. Ramon C. 2015 the Los Angeles Times.

Report: Teens feel ‘addicted’ to mobile devices

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A new report reveals that half of teenagers said mobile device addiction impacts their daily lives. Multitasking, toggling between multiple screens or between screens and people, which is common for kids doing homework or socializing, can impair their ability to lay down memories, to learn, and to work effectively, according to the report. Key white paper findings include: 1.

Hidden Scholarship: Achievements Academics Don’t Report

ProfHacker

Have you ever thought of all the really important effort and work we do as academics that we actually never get an opportunity to report on as achievements? It takes a lot of energy and self-belief to pick oneself up after a stinging rejection. It helps if it’s a co-authored piece and you have colleagues to spur you on. wish that were the case for all journals. Tell us in the comments.

Real-time Student Progress Reports: Simplicity with a Personalized Learning Platform

FuelEd

teacher or administrator may need to prompt multiple teachers to provide the latest progress reports in order to put together a complete picture of a student’s performance at that point in time. Contributor: Amanda Cunningham Wednesday, June 15, 2016 - 9:30am Monitoring a student’s overall academic performance at any given moment can be an arduous and time-consuming process.

Report: Experienced Teachers Soar in Tech-Enabled Classrooms

EdTech Magazine

Frank Smith One finding from the SIIA Vision K-12 Survey could turn the tables on the perception of digital natives’ technological expertise. Business Intelligence Classroom Data Analytics Digital Content Leadership Management

More than half of students struggle with reading, report says

eSchool News

New report examines literacy development and urges Congress to do the same as NCLB rewrites progress. Nearly half of minority students and students from low-income families enter the fifth grade without basic reading skills, according to a new report urging Congress to focus on students’ literacy development beginning in early childhood. Next page: More details from the report.

Report: The major problems with U.S. professional development

eSchool News

Two reports detail how top-performing education systems use professional development each day. Two new reports reveal that in many top education systems, teacher professional development is built into their daily work as a means for school improvement and teacher quality. model of professional development far underperforms key competitor countries.

New software supports safe internet use, reporting

eSchool News

NetSupport, developer of the education-focused IT Asset Management solution, NetSupport DNA, has released new technology that not only helps to keep students safe on the web by monitoring and restricting the scope of their internet use, but also provides them with an avenue to report any concerns they may have-–in confidence–-to a trusted member of staff.

Most High School Seniors Aren't College Or Career Ready, Says 'Nation's Report Card'

NPR Learning and Tech

The latest reading and math scores of 12th graders nationwide are out today. Here's a closer look

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Teachers in Common-Core States Have Big Say in Choosing Resources, Report Suggests

Marketplace K-12

Teachers of math and English/language arts in states following the common-core standards are playing a strong role in developing or selecting the classroom resources they use, a report has found. More than 90 percent of math educators surveyed on the report, for instance, said they either selected or developed their own materials. English Teachers Want Skill-Specific Resources.

Fast, Safe Way For Kids to Report Bullying

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Easy-to-use reporting tool helps kids report bullying, find adult help. Techlearning Resources App of the Day

Report: 41 percent of schools are under-connected

eSchool News

A new report details the importance of state advocacy in connecting schools, students to broadband internet. A new report from SETDA and Common Sense Kids Action focuses on K-12 broadband and wi-fi connectivity, state leadership for infrastructure, state broadband implementation highlights, and state advocacy for federal broadband support. K-12 broadband and wi-fi connectivity.

High School Suspensions Cost the Country $35 Billion Annually, Report Estimates

NPR Learning and Tech

Suspended students more often drop out of school, says the report from UCLA's Civil Rights Project. And that imposes broad social costs

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How Are Schools Changing? EdSurge Unveils Final Chapter of Yearlong 'State of Edtech' Report

Edsurge

Want to get straight into the final chapter of the State of Edtech Report, "How Schools Are Changing"? In our final chapter of EdSurge's yearlong 2016 "State of Edtech" report, entitled " How Schools Are Changing ," we have explored how schools and districts across the U.S. Curious to read the other three chapters of EdSurge's 2016 State of Edtech Report? No matter where, when or how you grew up, a single word unlocks a complex trove of memories: School. Over the last 150 years, the notion of what a school should be has evolved.

Report that says online learning growth is slowing misses big picture

The Christensen Institute

For 12 years, the Babson Survey Group in partnership with other organizations, including the Online Learning Consortium (formerly the Sloan Consortium), has done critical research into the growth of online learning in American higher education that it publishes in the report Grade Level: Tracking Online Education in the United States. percent in the fall of 2012 and, according to the most recent report published in January 2015, 3.7 percent, and those institutions reporting that it is not a critical part of their long-term strategy has dropped to a new low of 8.6 It was 6.1

States have cut money for higher education 17 percent since the recession, report finds

The Herchinger Report

In spite of a gradual economic recovery and improving revenues, most states are spending dramatically less on public higher education, a new report says. These sharp tuition increases have accelerated longer-term trends of college becoming less affordable and costs shifting from states to students,” the report’s authors wrote. Florida’s spending is down 22 percent. Higher Ed News

The ASCD 2012 Annual Report

The Web20Classroom

Here in Chicago at the 2013 Annual Conference, ASCD posted their Annual Report for 2012. This report showcases the association’s achievements and serves as a resource discovery tool for educators who seek programs, products, and services that empower them to support the success of each learner. Entitled “Creating Solutions: The ASCD Revolution in Motion.” ASCD13 ascd

Report: Schools expect faster internet within 3 years

eSchool News

The E-rate Trends Report from Funds For Learning aims to help policymakers, administrators and other stakeholders as they shape the future of the program. Next page: Top findings from the report. Seventy-two percent of E-rate applicants participating in a recent survey said wi-fi is critical to fulfilling their organization’s mission.

PBS to Present “Spotlight Education,” A Special Week of Programming Featuring Reports About America’s Students and New Models of Learning, September 12-17

EdNews Daily

FRONTLINE, POV, NOVA, TED TALKS, AMERICAN GRADUATE DAY Among the Featured Programs, with Special Reports from PBS NEWSHOUR and PBS NEWSHOUR WEEKEND; Funded by CPB as Part of American Graduate. National and local reporting, both on air and online is helping communities understand the challenges and community-driven solutions associated with the dropout crisis. 10:00 p.m. THE ADDRESS.

3d printing and education: a workshop report

Bryan Alexander

Several institutions reported considering purchasing their first or second machine, while others described full-campus deployment under way (U Mass Amherst spoke of 48 devices). One campus reported assigning students to determine the best software for 3d production. Yesterday I and two others hosted a NERCOMP workshop on 3d printing for higher education. Software. Hardware. Practices.

DoE compiles new report on using tech with young learners

eSchool News

” Material from a press release was used in this report. When it comes to using technology with the youngest learners, educators have tried for years to strike a balance between what kinds, if any, and how much. Recommendations might not differ too much (except in specific applications) from those aimed at older students. Policy Research kindergarten preschool young learners

Stanford Report Touts Benefits of Visual Element to Math Education

K-12 Schools - Education News

Researchers at Stanford University have released a report titled “Seeing As Understanding: The Importance of Visual Mathematics for our Brain and Learning” that aims to dispel the notion that visual math, such as pictures, finger-counting, and diagrams, are only for lower-level tasks, and that higher-level math deals exclusively in symbols, notations, and words.

Report explores 3 college, career readiness strategies

eSchool News

Next page: Three readiness models in the report. A white paper from Pearson is designed to help educators navigate different approaches to students’ college and career readiness. A new white paper introduces three “readiness models” designed to gauge students’ preparedness for college and workforce success. Conley, Ph.D., Paul G. Stoltz, Ph.D.,

‘What Kids Are Reading’ Report Details Vocabulary Exposure

K-12 Schools - Education News

A new report takes an in-depth look at what children are reading across all grade levels, finding that the average student has not met any college and career readiness reading standards. The report, “ What Kids Are Reading: And the Path to College and Careers ,” is based on data collected by 9.8 million students between grades 1 and 12 across 31,327 schools.