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What Tech Works for Students?

by Anna Ly
October 22, 2013

In late September, more than 60 constituents from various sectors including research, policy, government, technology and investment gathered in Washington, D.C. for the “What Tech Works for Students? Using Data to Determine What Technology is Driving Outcomes” symposium hosted by the Department of Education, Battelle Memorial Institute, and Tucker Capital. … 







Beginning to Use Digital Games in the Classroom: A Video Case Study

by Jessica Millstone
November 13, 2012

For this video case study, our fifth in the series, we interviewed three educators at St. Philip's about their goals for using games: third grade classroom teacher Regina Lauricella, Director of 21st Century Learning Katrina Allen, and Director of Technology Jerri Drakes. All three speak eloquently about the process of introducing digital games into the curriculum and how using games has affected the way they think about teaching and learning at St. Philip's Academy. It's an evolving effort, but one that has a team of dedicated educators and enthusiastic students behind it. We hope to check in with St. Philip's again and see their progress!  

We are not Waiting for Superman, We are Empowering Superheroes

by Diana Rhoten
September 27, 2010

At last year’s Leadership Forum, Participant Media screened an early trailer for Waiting for Superman, which opens tomorrow. Here is some commentary on the film from Diana Rhoten, Co-Founder & Managing Director of Startl: I had the chance to attend the CUSP Conference in Chicago these last couple of days. …