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Articles from T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education) (April 1, 2007)

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A virtual treasure trove: the educational opportunities offered online can help students explore ancient Mayan ruins--or the reasons behind a poor essay grade. Starkman, Neal Column 1132
Bush to ed tech industry: EETT's success makes it expendable: the president's rationale for eliminating funding for a key program is challenged by a SETDA report. 401
CTB/McGraw-Hill. Brief article 109
Eat breakfast, drink milk, play Xbox: the daily recipe for students' health and fitness is taking on a new ingredient long thought to be a poison: video games. O'Hanlon, Charlene 2677
Educational insights. 101
Event calendar. Calendar 235
Extracurricular: for technologists who do their homework. 323
Finding their voice. Brief article 245
Forging a bond: how the relationship between one school district and its surrounding community has produced a string of winning ed tech ballot initiatives. Starkman, Neal 1149
Former President Clinton to speak at NSBA conference. Brief article 102
In case of emergency: web-based notification systems can send out thousands of messages in mere minutes, alerting parents to everything from school closures to predators in the area. Waters, John K. 1220
Keynotes: wisdom from this month's pages. 215
Listen up! Speak up is talking: the annual survey reveals that we're still hardly scratching the surface of technology use in education. Fletcher, Geoffrey H. 505
Magnum B.I.: using powerful business intelligence tools, two districts are drilling down to the finer points of student data, where the most revealing insights lie. Briggs, Linda L. 2754
Making things e-asy: a young teacher's implementation of a simple-to-use e-portfolio program is helping to reform a troubled East Coast high school. Waters, John K. 2647
MIND expands reach. Brief article 104
NYC DoE hires IBM to build SMS. Brief article 101
PBS portal opens door for teachers. Brief article 121
The Internet's second coming: the K20 Initiative reveals Internet2's capability to support videoconferencing, bringing once-exclusive educational programs into K-12 schools. Nachbar, Stuart 1222
Too late for the revolution? I worry whether my cautious approach to video games is in my child's best--or worst--interests. Weinstock, Jeff 441

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