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    It’s been a few years since I’ve attended TCEA. I’m looking forward to all of the conversations and shared learning from my education colleagues and industry partners. Since ISTE 2013, Microsoft has made a significant increase in its commitment to ISTE and ISTE affiliates for 2013-2014...
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    My prime focus at Microsoft is K-12 computer science education. While I am very interested in various areas of using technology in education I basically get paid to promote Microsoft programs and products in computer science. It’s become harder and harder for me to justify attending the annual ISTE conference...
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    At ISTE 2013, Microsoft provided educators with a Surface RT devices featuring Windows RT. Now it's time to get ready for the free update to Windows RT 8.1! Related Stores: Introducing Microsoft Surface… Windows 8.1 and Mindstorms EV3 for STEM Education
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    Today has been a busy day at ISTE 2011 for me. I did some time at the booth and then went to a couple of sessions. Pat Yongpradit talked about what he is doing with XNA in his school. He’s seeing some great involvement from and retention of young women more
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    An interesting petition for funding an increase in school broadband hit my inbox this afternoon. How does this petition move the needle on college and career readiness? No related posts.