Latest Articles


No phones at summer camp? No problem - The Boston Globe

Last updated: 04/25/2018

No time for texting when you’re jumping into water at Camp Rotary’s Stiles Pond in Boxford. For more than a century, parents have sent their kids to camp to enjoy the outdoors

Read full article


15 Questions about Search Engine Marketing for Camps on the Web

Last updated: 04/25/2018

15 Questions about Search Engine Marketing for Camps on the Web 15 Questions about Search Engine Marketing for Camps on the Web 15 Questions about Search Engine Marketing for Camps

Read full article


Why Hunt's screen time limits for kids are scientific nonsense

Last updated: 04/25/2018

Why Hunt's screen time limits for kids are scientific nonsense Shouldn’t policy be based on evidence – not the other way around? Amy Orben Share via Email Recent debates are ov

Read full article


Opinion | Saving net neutrality, one house at a time

Last updated: 04/25/2018

If the Facebook privacy debacle has shown one thing, it’s that technology companies have become immensely powerful and seemingly accountable to no one. Recent federal rollbacks o

Read full article


Nonprofits poised to unseat U of Phoenix as the largest online university

Last updated: 04/25/2018

Few institutions have topped more than 100,000 students online, but Western Governors University and Southern New Hampshire University are on the brink. Scott Pulsipher, WGU's pre

Read full article


Where tomorrow's technology is born

Last updated: 04/25/2018

Arnav Kapur can order a pizza just by thinking it. Want pepperoni on top? No problem—the 23-year-old can make that happen without saying a word or lifting a finger. It probably

Read full article


The Hidden Effect of Early Childhood Education Programs

Last updated: 04/25/2018

{Preschool doesn't change kids' IQ. The effects of preschool are much more subtle but no less important} I noticed a recent article on Wired Science entitled "How Preschool Changes

Read full article


Working with Special Needs Students: What Do All Teachers Need to Know?

Last updated: 04/24/2018

It can be challenging to select instructional materials and methods, which will enrich student learning. The key is first understanding the needs of every student. In particular, a

Read full article


'Robots will never be able to teach English literature'

Last updated: 04/24/2018

This dystopian piece in Tes – “Want to teach facts? A robot could do it better, says this academic” – reminds me why I teach English, and why English should be a vital sub

Read full article


The world’s required reading list: The books that students read in 28 countries

Last updated: 04/24/2018

In the US, most students are required to read To Kill a Mockingbird during their school years. This classic novel combines a moving coming-of-age story with big issues like raci

Read full article