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ARCHIVES : DISTANCE LEARNING : 2004

August 2004

Reach Out & Read: A Pediatrician’s Perspective
by Perri Klass, MD MORE

April 2004

Christa McAuliffe Academy Brings Distance Learning Home

Show Me the Way To Go HOMER
by Scott Sommerville
"How can you teach your children geometry or biology, if you don't know the subject yourself?" This is one of the seven deadly questions of the homeschool mother-in-law.

March 2004

St. John’s U Offers Distance Learning Degree
Addressing the need for highly qualified school administrators, St. John’s University will offer a fully online Master of Science and Professional Diploma in Educational Administration, the first in New York State and the only one to use full-time University faculty. “This program is designed to provide needed flexibility without reducing quality, eliminating the necessity to travel to attend classes at particular times and places, while engaging participants in high levels of online interaction with each other and the professors,” said Jerrold Ross, Dean of the School of Education. . .

February 2004

Math-Kal's Math Teacher
by Mitchell Levine
Now that the digital revolution in education is a generation old - my high school in Rochester, NY got its first Apple II+ in 1984 - pundits from both the political Right and Left have begun...

Stealth Signal's xTool Computer Tracker
by Mitchell Levine
While the current technology procurement initiative underway in the New York City schools - culminating in the deployment of laptops to most of the community - is certainly commendable from a purely educational perspective, it's motivations are primarily political.

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