My thanks to a friend for causing me to further reflect on this article: “Can computers ever replace the classroom?” [Beard]

From DSC: I’d like to thank Mr. Eric Osterberg — a fraternity brother and friend of mine — for sending me the following article. I […]

“99% of us in the United States don’t use the math we learned in middle school and high school.”

? My wife sent me this video from John Bennett, a math teacher. This was posted to YouTube back on 11/8/11. In fact, if it […]

Toward Inclusive Learning Spaces: Physiological, Cognitive, & Cultural Inclusion and the Learning Space Rating System [Holeton]

Toward Inclusive Learning Spaces: Physiological, Cognitive, and Cultural Inclusion and the Learning Space Rating System — from er.educause.edu by Richard Holeton Inclusive learning space design […]

How innovations in voice technology are reshaping education [Lee]

How innovations in voice technology are reshaping education — from edsurge.com by Diana Lee Voice is the most accessible form you can think of when […]

To what extent do we incorporate learner agency into our classrooms? [Stewart Hase] More choice. More control.

#heutagogy For those with some time to spare, here is my Keynote at the SOTEL Symposium in Auckland a couple of weeks ago. https://t.co/5xj9Km2q3s — […]

Reflections on “Play is disappearing from kindergarten. It’s hurting kids.” [Martin]

Play is disappearing from kindergarten. It’s hurting kids. — from edsurge.com by  Joe Martin Excerpt (emphasis DSC): In an increasing number of schools, teachers of very […]

A two-part series from Educause re: inclusive design/accessibility [Gonzalez & O’Neil]

A two-part series from Educause regarding inclusive design/accessibility — with thanks to Ray Schroeder for his posting on this out on LinkedIn. Part I: A […]

DC: Precursor to a next gen learning platform…? Another piece is falling into place.

DC: Precursor to a next gen learning platform…? I think it's one of the pieces of the puzzle that's coming together. Google just revealed that […]

I’m thinking that a global, inexpensive, next gen learning platform will enable/integrate/address some of this. [Christian]

DC: I’m thinking that a global, inexpensive, next gen learning platform will enable/integrate/address some of this…such as the item about stackable credits. 4 ex, I […]

Some of the emerging trends 2020 will bring in educational technology [Borkowski and Baron]

With thanks to Allison Baron, Publicist | Brainly, for this information: 2020 is coming at us fast, and it’s bringing a haul of exciting EdTech […]

Coming down the pike: A next generation, global learning platform [Christian]

From DSC: Though we aren’t quite there yet, the pieces continue to come together to build a next generation learning platform that will help people […]

How much longer before this type of service hits the mainstream? [Christian]

From DSC: Along these lines, we’ll likely see more bots and virtual legal assistants that we will be able to ask questions of. #A2J #AccessToJustice […]

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