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Confessions of A Digital Leader: 6 Things I Learned While Implementing Digital Learning

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Through the course of our implementation and relaunch of Google Apps, I’ve definitely learned that the word “free” is such a myth. I learned that kids will type terrible things and change ink to white in order to make pages appear blank. Ipads and Chromebooks.

"Teachers Talk Technology" Report Creates Snapshot of Classroom Technology Use

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Trends in Digital Learning: The New Learning Leader ] The report reveals that 77 percent of teachers state that they and their students have access to wireless internet in most places in their schools. News Research edtech Ed Tech Ticker Policy

Here's How Single Sign-On Saved One District 2,500 Hours of Instructional Time Per Month

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Nguyen talked with EdSurge about how to support schools with bring your own device (BYOD) programs, why SSO boosts security, and how it saves his teachers 2500 hours of instruction time each month. Plus, we’re a BYOD environment. Our district uses a wide variety of technology—MAC, PC, iPads, Android tablets, Chromebooks, cell phones—which can be a challenge for IT departments and teachers. Our edtech coordinator tells me there is more collaborative time for students.

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