A new report from Silicon Schools: “All that we’ve learned: 5 years working on personalized learning”

        “Personalized learning seeks to accelerate student learning by tailoring the instructional environment — what, when, how, and where students learn — […]

Campus Technology’s 2017 Teaching with Technology Survey [Kelly]

Smartwatches Deemed Least Valuable Technology in the Classroom — from campustechnology.com by Rhea Kelly In our second annual Teaching with Technology Survey, faculty revealed what […]

Best question I’ve heard in a while: “K-12 & higher education are considered separate systems. What if they converged?” [Young]

K-12 and higher education are considered separate systems. What if they converged? — from edsurge.com by Jeff Young Excerpt: Education in America is a tale […]

Future Forward: The Next Twenty Years of Higher Education [Blackboard, w/ a variety of contributors]

Future Forward: The Next Twenty Years of Higher Education — from Blackboard with a variety of contributors Excerpts: As you read their reflections you’ll find […]

The Secret to Beating the Forgetting Curve

Is it better to binge on new lessons, or to learn incrementally over time? If your goal is to retain that knowledge and apply it […]

“Learning is leaving the (school) building” — and other items from Will Richardson & Bruce Dixon

From DSC: I appreciated hearing the perspectives from Bruce Dixon and Will Richardson this morning, as I listed to a webinar that they recently offered. […]

AR and VR in STEM: The New Frontiers in Science [Craig & Georgieva]

AR and VR in STEM: The New Frontiers in Science  — from er.educause.edu by Emory Craig and Maya Georgieva Excerpt: Virtual and Augmented Reality are […]

How Can I Be An Effective Mentor To My Peers?

In this episode of the TechEducator Podcast, we discuss the topic of mentoring and coaching from a variety of angles including the Student/Teacher relationship, Technology […]

Making a MOOC [from Harvard Magazine by Jonathan Shaw]

Making a MOOC — from harvardmagazine.com by Jonathan Shaw Excerpts: Now, as one of a small number of Harvard faculty members each year whose course […]

The SAMR Model: Effective Technology Integration in Classrooms

Since the dawn of 21st century, the world has become more and more dependent on technology. Today, if you sit and take a look around, […]

Digital Reflection Tools for PLC Book Studies

Something I noticed this summer in the Twitterverse was the abundant sharing of thoughts, ideas, reflections, and connections made by teachers to many popular books […]

Moodle Groups, Groupings and Cohorts – The basics unleashed #Moodletips

Moodle is based on the Social Constructionism pedagogy and according to that : “We learn particularly well from the act of creating or expressing something […]

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