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

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A program with impact: a suitably named North Carolina technology integration model is enriching teaching and learning in schools that need it most. Bradburn, Frances Bryant 1678
An editorial bell ringer. Lee, Zack W. Letter to the editor 296
Building bridges with video: a collaborative videoconferencing project succeeds in connecting two classrooms of students from opposite coasts--and opposite worlds. Levy, Allisyn; Downing, Craig 1036
Carolina technologists target Science students. Brief article 230
Casting a whole new light: multimedia audiovisual systems are transforming the learning environment in one Florida school district. Waters, John K. 1532
Charp-en up those entries: 'tis the season to bestow our annual award for the innovative use of technology. Get your application in! Fletcher, Geoffrey H. 581
Do the math, please. Fogelberg, Greg; Wallace, Brian D. Letter to the editor 827
Event calendar. 222
Extracurricular: for technologists who do their homework. Brief article 135
GenYES founder calls for student tech input: a prominent industry voice says kids should play a role in the development and execution of technology plans. Brief article 282
It's our business, too: a book that examines large-scale corporate failures holds some important lessons for education on what can happen when inertia sets in. Fletcher, Geoffrey H. Book review 1195
Keynotes: wisdom from this month's pages. 234
Making the impossible possible: assistive technologies are helping students who don't respond to conventional means of instruction, and in the process ... Starkman, Neal Column 2443
New language technology. 114
On target: using technology to pinpoint problem academic areas can enable students to catch up, keep up, and get ahead. Brown, Justine 1999
Online contest aims to spur Math interest. Brief article 205
Practicing what we preach: by continuing to make changes for the better, we're following our own advice. Weinstock, Jeff Letter to the editor 593
Put your tests to the test: formative assessments are only as good as their item bank. Here's how to make sure you're asking the right questions. Odendahl, Nora V. 1126
Site promotes future scientists. Website overview 109
The universal language: the number of immigrant students in US schools has more than doubled in the past 15 years. In response. teachers are broadening their ESL programs with the one tool that translates in all dialects--computer technology. Waters, John K. 2911

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