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Copper, Jenna – Journal of Interactive Learning Research, 2018
Considering the prevalence of mobile technologies among secondary students, this case study examined a new mode for reflective writing: mobile journaling. Because reflective writing is spontaneous and continuous, mobile journaling, using a mobile device to record, store, and share personal reflections, is an innovative approach to improve the…
Descriptors: Electronic Learning, Handheld Devices, Technology Uses in Education, Journal Writing
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Wong, Wylie – Community College Journal, 2014
In October 2013, nearly half of U.S. community colleges--46.2 percent-- said upgrading their campus networks is a "very important priority" within the next three years, according to The Campus Computing Project, a survey of 94 community colleges. More robust networks are needed to support a host of new wireless access points and the…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Educational Technology, Information Networks, Technology Uses in Education
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Hobbs, Renee – Learning, Media and Technology, 2013
The city provides a rich array of learning opportunities for young children. However, in many urban schools, often it can be logistically difficult to get young children out of the building. But when elementary children are encouraged to view the city as a classroom and use digital media to explore and represent their neighborhoods, they can be…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Technology Uses in Education, Multimedia Instruction, Media Literacy
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Demski, Jennifer – T.H.E. Journal, 2012
EdCamp is a grassroots movement of do-it-yourself professional development "un-conferences" that originated in Philadelphia in November 2010. In just a little over a year and a half the phenomenon has gained serious momentum across the country and now around the globe. This teacher-driven, bottom-up approach to professional development…
Descriptors: Professional Development, Web 2.0 Technologies, Teacher Education, Interviews
Fleming, Nora – Education Week, 2012
Digital technology is providing a growing variety of methods for school leaders to connect with parents anywhere, anytime--a tactic mirroring how technology is used to engage students. Through Twitter feeds, Facebook pages, and text messages sent in multiple languages, school staff members are giving parents instant updates, news, and information…
Descriptors: School Districts, Technology Uses in Education, Educational Technology, Parent School Relationship
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Celano, Donna; Neuman, Susan B. – Educational Leadership, 2010
As blogs light up with lively conversations about iPads, netbooks, and smart phones, it's easy to forget one major roadblock to preparing all children for the future: the digital divide. Although middle-class students often take high-speed Internet access for granted, a full 65 percent of Americans who make less than $25,000 a year lack broadband…
Descriptors: Urban Schools, Neighborhoods, Web Sites, Middle Class
Villano, Matt – Campus Technology, 2010
If a school is seeking to incorporate more collaborative approaches to teaching and learning, the design of the learning environment--whether it's a classroom or a more informal space--can be a critical factor in making this transformative move. Technology, in particular, can play a pivotal role in enabling students to work effectively in teams…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Teacher Collaboration, Educational Facilities Improvement, Educational Facilities Planning