Smart Watches in Exams? Why NOT?!

The question of what to do about smart watches in exams came across my feed. Predictably, the typical response is to simply not allow them. […]

#GuildChat for 9/29/17: What Can L&D and Academia Learn From Each Other?

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, September 29th at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is What Can L&D and Academia Learn From Each Other? Learning, […]

Taking Academic Research To Market

Getting research produced by universities translated into new products and services has been an ongoing challenge for academia, industry and indeed government for some time […]

5 mistaken differences between education games and the gamification of education

And 12 ways in which these ideas are problematic. Gamification is generally defined as the use of game design elements in non-game contexts. Fair enough. […]

Academic mobbing, or how to become campus tormentors | University Affairs

Yup. If anyone wants to know why I gave up a job I had loved for over 20 years (and was VERY good at); why […]

Gene Rummy Released!

Gene Rummy is now available! Both the Full and Novice versions are available for purchase now! Gene Rummy is a bunny-themed card game that helps teach the […]

Worth Sharing: ‘Collaboration’ Creates Mediocrity, Not Excellence, According to Science |

Boy, can I relate to this: A recent study published in Applied Psychology has now confirmed that a collaborative work environment can make top performers–the […]

New Book: Choosing and Using Digital Games in the Classroom: A Practical Guide

See larger image Additional Images: Choosing and Using Digital Games in the Classroom: A Practical Guide (Advances in Game-Based Learning) By (author): Katrin Becker This […]

Academia de inglés en Granada: 10 razones para elegir KSE Academy

Keep Smiling English ya es academia de inglés, y se llama KSE Academy. Tras año y medio creciendo en internet como blog de enseñanza de inglés, […]

The Clark-Kozma Debate in the 21st Century

For a long time now, this paper has been the most popular paper on my collection, and I finally figured out why…… Turns out, […]

Teaching Out Loud vs Teaching Loud vs Teach-Aloud

Every student in every class deserves an answer to these 2 questions: Why am I doing this? What is it good for? If you can’t […]

Worth Sharing: New American Academy of Pediatrics Policy Statement on “Virtual Violence” is, Basically, Nuts: Why Parents and Policy Makers Can Ignore It

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has a long history of releasing policy statements on media which are both wildly alarmist and grossly inaccurate. These […]