Our May issue features more content than ever–including an updated “iPad Spectrum,” Inigral’s Michael Staton and his framework on “Unbundling Education,” and a slew of other exciting content, including:
We rank 21 recent education initiatives for their potential to (helpfully) disrupt education. The follow-up to our preliminary list seen here, in the iPad version each item will be ranked according to its potential to change education moving forward.
A look at the incredible momentum of the iPad–and the challenges it brings with it.
Applying a Start-up Mentality to Education
What is a “start-up mentality,” and how might we go about applying one towards education?
A monthly feature that explores the world of apps–from the useful to the bizarre. Featured in May is a cool T. S. Eliot app, and one that makes facebook-stalking easier.
Blast From the Past
An always-interesting look at how far we’ve come with technology, this month we get a peek out how nearly 30 years ago, there were concerns that computers might create “a culture of psychopaths.”
The ELA Common Core & Technology
Understanding how the Common Core Standards change technology in the classroom. No longer considered “progressive,” it is now a matter of law.
Demystifying the Writing Process with Technology
This is part 2 in a 4-part series on how the writing process can be supported through tech application. In may, we look specifically at how cloud-based word processing such as Google Docs can support the writing process
HOW TO GET IT
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By providing the latest tools and resources, professionally-written thought leadership, and in-depth tech and teacher profiles, Edudemic Magazine keeps you on the leading edge of education–and with a fun, laid back style that is fun to read, and highly-visual design that is highly-consumable.
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For schools and districts wanting a persistent source of engaging and fun “professional development,” Edudemic Magazine is a great solution. We’ve got some exciting developments for the magazine coming up. So as the summer draws near, consider Edudemic Magazine for iPad your source for progressive education and #edtech coverage.