T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

T.H.E. Journal is an application of technology journal for educators and administrators in higher education, K-12 and industry training. Founded in 1973, it is published 11 months per year by T.H.E. Journal.T.H.E. Journal subjects include education, management and administration. The editor-in-chief is Katherine Grayson. The managing editor is Olivia LaBarre.

Articles from Vol. 36, No. 5, May

A Matter of Principals: Administrators Have Much to Gain from Learning How Technology Can Be Used Effectively in Education, but Often Are Left out of Professional Development Programs. Two Initiatives Are Intent on Remedying That
SCOTT MCLEOD SAYS the great sin in the way professional development is provided in this country is one of omission. On his blog, McLeod, an associate professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Iowa State University...
Assess. Instruct. Repeat. Response to Intervention Offers a New Strategy for Identifying and Assisting Struggling Students without Having to Assign Them to Special Needs Services
At Pennsylvania's Allentown Central School District, administrators know exactly whom they need to keep an eye on. For that they give thanks to a specialized, far-ranging report their data warehouse produces that pulls student data from areas the district...
A Stimulus to Broadband Use: A Little-Known Element of the Economic Recovery Bill Can Help Address Our Urgent Need to Expand Broadband Service
I JUST SPENT HALF a day on the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development website (OECD; www.oecd.org). Specifically, I was looking at the nearly 50 charts and graphs showing comparisons among countries on all things broadband, from total...
Even! but No Longer Odd: Once Regarded as an Unconventional Alternative for Atypical Students, Virtual Schools Have Achieved Mainstream Acceptance, and Are Now Seen as Providing an Education Equal To-If Not Better Than-What Their Traditional Counterpart Offers
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] CAN A CYBER DIPLOMA BE FOR REAL? One need only consider Jacob Swink for an answer to that. The 17-year-old 12th-grader has been attending Connections Academy, a K-12 virtual school, for the past three years. He's a solid B+...
Sending the Right Message: An Online Game Uses Real-Life Scenarios to Teach Teens the Ins and Outs of Safe, Responsible Cell Phone Use
EIGHTY-FIVE PERCENT OF KIDS under age 17 in the US have cell phones, according to statistics from Web Wise Kids (www. webwisekids.org), a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping kids stay safe online. But while those kids are using cell phones...
Steven Paine: West Virginia's Superintendent of Schools Argues That Classroom Technology Use Is at the Core of 21st-Century Learning
Steven Paine was especially pleased with one sentence from President Obama's opening gambit on public education. "I'm calling on our nation's governors and state education chiefs to develop standards and assessments that don't simply measure whether...
Title I-And Then Some: School Districts Are Getting Creative in Finding Ways to Finance Technology Purchases, Blending Title I Dollars with Money from Numerous Other Funding Sources
STANDING THE ACCUSTOMED digital divide on its head, economically disadvantaged students are enjoying a richer technology experience than their middle-class counterparts. That's thanks to Title I funding, given by the federal government to schools with...
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