Research points to Technology’s power to transform schools: CMRubinWorld interviews top researchers and practitioners on the question of technology and the future.

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Eleven global practitioners and Australian researchers share their thoughts on the future of technology and education with global publisher CMRubinWorld. The array of opinions and facts give a picture of what the classroom can look like when action and thought come together.

Continuing an ongoing series of conversations with experts on education from around the world, CMRubinWorld talked with Professor Geoff Masters (CEO, Australian Council for Educational Research) about his new paper "Is School Reform Working?" CMRubinWorld asked Susan Mann, the CEO of Education Services Australia (which is focused on technology and service support for the Australian education and training sectors) the question: How has technology been further integrated into the daily life of schools?

CMRubinWorld also talked with education practitioners to get their opinion on what will be the major innovation of the next ten years. Top education bloggers Adam Steiner, Todd Finely, Richard Wells, Tom Bennett, Vicki Davis, Lisa Currie, Sivlia Tolisano, Craig Kemp, Joe Bower, Karen Lirenman, and Pauline Hawkins each had a different perspective.

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CMRubinWorld is an online publishing company which has become a highly visible platform for global discourse on 21st century education. The company is respected for publishing a diverse range of innovative ideas that are presented by the founder, C. M. Rubin, together with the world’s thought leaders in education. Our interviews and articles covering the vital issues faced today are intended to be of integral value to parents, students, and educators who are our readers around the world.

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