Getting research ethics approval

Once the research question(s) and the probable method(s) of gathering new data have been established, the next stage in any research process is to ensure […]

Evaluation, Disunity, Industry: 2016 Lesson and 2017 Credo

Evaluation and Recovery “The issue is dispersion. The task is to survive in the diaspora.” -Haraway I, like many other people, have been in some […]

International Symposium on Language, Autonomy and Motivation in Toyama

The Future of Foreign Language Education in a Global World: Exploring Motivation and Autonomy Dr Ema Ushioda will be in Toyama, Japan in February giving […]

State backing for R&D is declining

Growth is a permanent feature of western economic discourse, with politicians of all stripes promising to deliver it as the path to prosperity.  Of course, […]

Citation Makers – Should the Students Cite by Hand, or is Technology Better?

In a recent discussion in a Facebook Group, a teacher asked “The teachers in my new English department are completely against online citation makers. They […]

Ed-Tech Research That Mattered in 2016

From the maker movement to online testing to the digital divide, 2016 was a big year for high-quality research on the promise and peril of […]

David Kelly’s Curated Content for the Week of 12/19/16

I read through a number of articles and blog posts each day, and every Monday I curate a few of my favorites for members of […]

Using the crowd to make research smoother

The research process can often be a somewhat Kafka like experience of dead ends and false turns as you strive desperately for funding and backing […]

Watchworthy Wednesday: Survey Analyzes Plugged-in Parents

While 8- to 18-year-olds are clocking in lots of screen time, their parents are doing the same if not more, according to a new survey, […]

Data shows #vted leads nation in educators on Twitter

Vermont’s new leading role online In today’s podcast, Mark Olofson talks with Joshua Rosenberg and Spencer Greenhalgh, education researchers from Michigan State University. Their research […]

It isn’t technology it’s learning design

This began as a PhD reflection but turned into a blog post because the issues matter. We need to talk. What has gone wrong? Quite […]

“Research study suggests VR can have a huge impact in the classroom” + 19 other items re: AR, VR, & MR

Research study suggests VR can have a huge impact in the classroom — from by Joe Durbin Excerpt: “Every child is a genius in […]