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Study Finds More Classroom Technology Doesn’t Mean More Learning

The more technology students use in school, the less progress they make on math and reading lessons. That’s the conclusion of a leading international education research group on the use of technology in schools. The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development oversees the largest international math and reading exams in the world. The group recently […]

A Florida Math Teacher Is Posting His Algebra Lessons Online

West Broward High School math teacher Horace Buddoo says the best classroom tips come from other teachers. It’s why he’s posting a year’s worth of algebra II lessons to a new web site offering free lessons for the new math and language arts standards fully adopted by 45 states, including Florida. Buddoo is one of […]

Three Questions For A Superintendent About Common Core

Here’s another round of Q & A with educators about the switch to Common Core standards. Part 1 is here, part 2 is here, and part 3 is here. Name: Joseph Joyner Job: Superintendent of the St. Johns County School District Q: How well prepared do you feel for the Common Core? A: Better than a […]

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