April 7

Gaming the System: Teachers Hacking the Classroom panel session March 10, 2015 at 10:30am A growing number of teachers are creating games of all shapes and sizes for their own classrooms. They’re defying conventions in creative ways that inspire and…

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January 29

I am honored and humbled and elated to be featured in this piece along with so many people I admire. It was originally published on RemakeLearning.org.  Written by Kathleen Costanza Photo courtesy CREATE Lab In Pittsburgh, a number of “eduprenuers” have…

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November 4

Meeting people and exchanging ideas can open new doors, awaken our brains, and be the foundation for new friendships and collaborations. Connecting with those working in adjoining spaces offers new perspectives and experiences that can inspire and improve your work.…

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July 23

We seem to hear the most about ed tech startups early on- when they launch their flagship product or get some funding. But we rarely hear about them quietly sinking into oblivion. That’s why “2010-2011 Ed-Tech Startups: Where Are They…

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April 14