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Articles from T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education) (July 1, 2008)

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Title Author Type Words
A head start on the future. Couch, David 564
A winning afterschool program. Horton, Dawn; Meier, Ellen; Mineo, Caron 666
Access to opportunity. Maddox, Melinda 636
An equation that works: as secondary students continue to show little interest in the four STEM subjects, combining technology use with engaging instructional practices may be the only way to reach them. Wolf, Mary Ann 1641
An inside job: one educator's efforts to introduce her colleagues to online professional development demonstrates how a school's most effective technology leaders are often homegrown. Higgins, Cathy 1256
Buying power. Bailey, Gail C.; Moore, Jayne E. 705
Extracurricular: for technologists who do their homework. Brief article 203
Go EAST, young people. Tyler, Tommy 568
Keynotes. Brief article 181
Laptops for all. Silvernail, David L. 691
Making waves: states and districts are implementing technology integration efforts that recognize the ripples running across the ed tech world. Fletcher, Geoffrey H.; Wolf, Mary Ann 489
Peer to peer. Small, Dennis 770
Strike up the bandwidth: are districts suitably prepared for the ever-increasing need for faster connectivity in our schools? Fletcher, Geoffrey H. 1359
Teaching the write way. Eastburn, Connie 674
That's news to them. Baiter, Jamey 611
The time is now: early diagnosis of academic deficits is pivotal to keeping students from falling irretrievably behind. Formative assessment technology gives teachers the tools to respond. Fox, Christine 1174
Transforming the classroom. Rowland, Amber; Stanley, Melinda 605
Van Dyke Public Schools computer labs combine instruction with monitoring. Brief article 149

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