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Elizabeth Dourley — Feb 6, 2013
Samsung Techwin has announced some exciting programs for 2013
Calling them "‘Return on Intelligence’ Gift Programs," Samsung seeks to reward the use of digital technology in scholastic pursuits through grants, scholarships and it's "Superhero" competition. Two programs are for students, and the other is for teachers.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Jul 22, 2011
T.H.E. Journal recently reported on an Illinois school district’s methods for infusing technology in the classroom. As is common knowledge, K-12 school districts nationwide are often challenged by some teachers accepting and incorporating the technology immediately with others failing to grasp the necessity and reverting to traditional methods.
The superindendent of Westville Illinois Community District II attributes his success to ongoing professional development as well as an IT based learning atmosphere.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Dec 1, 2009
I’ve officially been dubbed the grant guru at my son’s school and it’s not because I am a seasoned grant writer, but rather because I’m a rabid somewhat web savvy mom on a mission to keep the dream alive and the school open. I’m unearthing the treasures buried in government and corporate web pages out there and since all of our readers have an interest in incorporating classroom technology to reach 21st Century Classroom aspirations, I thought I’d share the wealth when it makes sense.more
Elizabeth Dourley — May 18, 2009
The 21st Century Classroom is clearly the term of choice for anyone remarking on classroom technology in any way shape or form. I have found it to be a predominant and highly charged catch all phrase for everything from a classroom projector and whiteboard to the tiniest webcam or microphone used in a classroom setting.more