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Does Technology Boost Educational Effectiveness?

Thursday, August 16, 2012


By William M. Gillum, Ed.D. Associate Professor in the School of Education, American Public University As we prepare learners with the skills needed for the 21st century, there is even a greater desire to further integrate technology into our classrooms. Whether it’s a K thru 12 or college classroom, it’s rare to find an environment that does not integrate technology in some form or another.

Bulldogs Are Not Bullies

Monday, March 5, 2012


by Charles W. Bindig, Ed.D. I had the opportunity this weekend to visit Stonebridge High School in Loudoun County Virginia, and found two interesting visual artifacts that might significantly describe the current state of the American High School. My first observation was that the inhabitants of the building were identified by signage as either a bulldog or a visitor.

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