DML Central (DML= Digital Media and Learning)

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Does Digital Media Have a Place in Hands-On Science Learning Space?

I reached out to Rebecca Bray, the chief of experience development at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History in Washington, D.C., to learn about […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: How AI Will Transform Medical Practice

Armed with reams of data, a patient’s father convinced Dr. Anthony C. Chang, his daughter’s pediatric cardiologist, to proceed with her surgery. “A data scientist, […]

Rescuing Student Participation Through Digital Platforms

Like many of my colleagues who think carefully about digital literacy and pedagogies, I began seriously considering the use of social media platforms in educational […]

Critical Literacy, Civic Engagement and Connected Learning in the Classroom

I am on a personal crusade to make civic education the responsibility of every teacher regardless of subject area, despite the fact that it is […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: UCI Dreamers Take a Stand, Help Each Other

As a junior computer science major at the University of California, Irvine, she felt “hopeless” watching fellow classmates landing scholarships, federal financial aid and paid […]

Turning Bullies Into Leaders Through Writing

When their writing is read and praised by others, “bullies become class leaders — they want attention, acknowledgement, appreciation. In this case, appreciation of creative […]

Diversity Makes Design Sense

The 2017 NCES report “Women, Minorities, and Persons with Disabilities in Science and Engineering” notes that the participation of women, minorities, and persons with disabilities […]

Coding for What?

The most recent series of the popular conspiracy drama “Homeland” features a shadow intelligence agency dedicated to producing and circulating fake news and computational propaganda […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: How You Could Win $250,000 for Being Disobedient

Martin Luther King, Jr.’s words — “One has a moral responsibility to disobey unjust laws” — open MIT’s Media Lab video, inviting nominations for its […]

Screen Time for Kids: Getting the Balance Right

From digital homework platforms to extended video chats with friends, from remote working to family WhatsApp groups, there are infinite ways that digital media are […]

What Teachers Can Learn from Students

I remember being a college student. The problem with being a professor who remembers being a college student, is that we’re probably misremembering, or our […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: Google Scientist Tells How Tech Affects Learning

When his daughter was studying linguistics, Daniel M. Russell observed her reading a book on Turkish grammar while connected to her earbuds, listening to Turkish […]

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