Magazine article Technology & Learning

That Next Big Thing

Magazine article Technology & Learning

That Next Big Thing

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Writing about the latest and presumed greatest in edtech comes with the risk of sometimes being wrong. When a magazine title is 35 years old, as Tech & Learning will be next year, you can be sure there are a few cltmkers.

Our recent track record looks pretty good though, at least according to the print issue covers: Here Come Tablets (February, 2010); Social Media: It Does Have a Place in the Classroom (February, 2012); (Fiji) It: ii Reasons Why You Should (and 5 why you shouldn't). The jury is still out on--Big Data Isn't Bad, It's Just Misunderstood (March, 2010.

We feel confident to trumpet that next "big thing" because we rely upon the insight from some of the wisest analysts in the business of edtech. And so it goes with this month's cover, which points you to excerpts from the book The Invent TO Learn Guide to 3D Printing in the Classroom: Recipes for Success. Written by T&L Most Influential awardee thwid Thornburg, along with Norma Thornburg and Sara Armstrong, the book gives prescriptions on how this emerging technology can be used to improve and enhance the learning experience in classrooms--our own content mission in a nutshell. …

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