Monthly Archives: June 2013

Be in control: participate in the new age of school libraries

Be in control: participate in the new age of school libraries.

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A bigger say for parents in their child’s education – The Australian

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A bigger say for parents in their child’s education
The Australian
Despite the present government’s wasteful spending, national test results have shown stagnation in literacy and numeracy. …

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What is a Learning Commons? | I.M.C. … is where it’s @ !!!

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RT @okotoksNow: Foothills School Dist is celebrating the transformation of all libraries to “Learning Commons today. http://t.co/ouvPyKj5Xy #Okotoks

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The importance of technology in education

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The importance of technology in education. 5 benefits of technology in education.

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6 Technology Challenges Facing Education – T.H.E. Journal

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6 Technology Challenges Facing Education
T.H.E. Journal
Despite increasingly widespread adoption of technologies in virtually every aspect of K-12 education, significant challenges are preventing widespread effective implementation.

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BEA 2013: Getting Behind the Common Core – Publishers Weekly

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BEA 2013: Getting Behind the Common Core Publishers Weekly At a session, Melissa Jacobs-Israel, library services coordinator for the New York City Department of Education created a mantra for those questioning the goals of the Common Core…

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