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Monday, October 20, 2008

Tech & Learning's October 2008 Issue is online now.

October 2008 digital edition of Tech & Learning is here.


We All Stream for Video by T&L Editors
Almost half of U.S. schools now offer some sort of streaming video in their classrooms. If your district hasn't yet joined the digital bandwagon, check your options. If you do have it, make sure you're using the best solution available.

Special Needs Guide to Tech Products
Read about the latest software and hardware that can aid educators in both classroom instruction and assessment for any sort of learning challenge.

The New Rules of Copyright by Judy Salpeter
T&L contributing editor Judy Salpeter talks with Ahrash Bissell, Executive Director of Creative Commons' ccLearn division, about how schools can use online information the right way.
Plus: Creative Commons at a glance and copyright Do's and Don'ts.

Interactive Math Classroom Adds Up to Success
By Sascha Zuger

In a field in which women have traditionally been underrepresented, teacher Kate Beal of St. Joe's Academy, an all girls' secondary school in Baton Rouge, wanted to amp up excitement about math. By adding a computer monitoring system and tablet PCs, not only did her students get excited about the technology, but test scores improved.

Source: Tech & Learning's October 2008 Issue


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