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Are schools adopting tablets on a 1:1 basis?

“An iPad is like a toothbrush. You could share it, but why would you want to?” Anonymous There seems to be a Utopian vision that one day all students will go to school fully equipped with a low-cost tablet device, … Continue reading

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Do Educators Use Education Volume Purchasing Through iTunes?

In our last blog post we looked at the question: Do educators expect all apps to be free? Luckily, we discovered that educators value software that helps them individualize instruction and that engages their students. Whew! But we also know … Continue reading

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New! 2012 National Survey on Mobile Technology for K-12 Education, Corporate and Non-Profit Edition

Wondering which tablets are being adopted for student instruction in K-12 education or which apps educators find most useful? This new report, published by IESD in collaboration with STEM Market Impact, surveys Technology Directors, CIOs, CTOs, and Media Directors to … Continue reading

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2011 Survey on STEM Education–FREE on Einstein’s Birthday!

The offer below expired on March 21st. The 2012 Survey on STEM will be available for purchase by the end of March! If you want to be notified as soon as the report is available, sign up for STEM updates … Continue reading

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Educator Edition–2011 National Survey on STEM

Earlier this year, the Corporate Edition of the 2011 National Survey on STEM Education was published covering topics such as: STEM funding priorities, professional development, and key issues facing STEM educators. That survey has now been used by dozens of … Continue reading

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