Education

We at EdTech Fusion understand that technology plays an integral role in student learning and development and that it is imperative for students to have access to current technologies in order to be prepared for higher education and the work environments they will enter after graduation. We aspire not only to help schools achieve this, but also to provide technological capabilities that will allow students to be active participants in their education, utilizing their creativity and inspiring them to stay engaged in their educations and which will allow teachers to stay current in their professional development and supplement their curriculums in such a way that might otherwise be difficult or costly to access without the use of efficient technologies.

Our goal is to bring a solutions based approach that will positively impact student learning, including positive outcomes in areas such as graduation rates, student mastery, student resiliency, and testing results. By partnering with the school to understand the student learning environment we are able to tailor education technology that supports the schools specific environment, curriculum, and mission.

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Education is Life

Posted by on Aug 8, 2013 in All Posts, Community, Education | 0 comments

Education is Life

Technology has accelerated the spread of knowledge, but education is not simply for passing standardized tests. Our challenge is to engage children as lifelong learners capable of improving their lives for decades to come.

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Lobato vs. State of Colorado on Educational Funding

Posted by on Jun 7, 2013 in All Posts, Education, News | 0 comments

Lobato vs. State of Colorado on Educational Funding

Taylor Lobato and several school districts that joined her from throughout Colorado have sought greater and more equitable education funding. The question before the courts was weather the state’s funding system is constitutional. While the trial courts stated it was indeed not constitutional, on appeal, the Supreme Court on May 28, 2013 reversed that decision

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The Need For Speed

Posted by on May 28, 2013 in All Posts, Education, Technology | 0 comments

The Need For Speed

Speed, or at the very least, the perception of speed, is a big part of access and minimizing frustration so that focus can be maintained on the subject, rather than the delivery of the material.

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