Review: The Routledge Handbook of Teaching English to Young Learners

This review of The Routledge Handbook of Teaching English to Young Learners by S Garton & F Copland (Eds) first appeared in IATEFL Voices Issue […]

Healthy Social Media Engagement

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced our society to pause, reflect, and adapt our previously ingrained thoughts about young people and technology. Discussions over screen time […]

Movement Breaks for Better Learning

Research conducted over the past 25 years has clearly revealed the value that short, frequent “movement breaks” can have on learning and student health in […]

Hmmm…”Trends in income from 1975 to 2018″ [Price & Edwards, Rand Corporation]

From DSC: I hesitate to post this one…but this information and the phenomenon behind it likely has impacted what’s happening in the higher education space. […]

Artificial Intelligence for Learning: How to use AI to Support Employee Development [Donald Clark]

So what is the book about? — from donaldclarkplanb.blogspot.com by Donald Clark; which discusses his book entitled, Artificial Intelligence for Learning: How to use AI to […]

ROSS Chrome Extension For Legal Research [artificiallawyer.com]

ROSS Chrome Extension For Legal Research — from artificiallawyer.com Excerpt: ROSS Intelligence, the legal research pioneer, has launched a free Chrome extension to find case […]

Lockdown Lessons (Continuing)

Surprisingly, among the usual dispiriting news about the efforts to contain COVID19 internationally, there are some snippets of unrelated educational revelations that are quite enlightening. […]

Announcing a New Evaluation Toolkit for Youth-Serving Library Programs

The Capturing Connected Learning in Libraries team, comprised of researchers from the University of California, Irvine, University of Colorado, Boulder, and SRI International, is excited […]

Mental Health in a Digital World

Technology is an integral part of our everyday lives. For youth, that’s even more true. Most adults now use digital tools to manage calendars, or […]

Why Check Post Dates?

Have you ever noticed the internet is becoming a wasteland of some outdated information? Recently I received a comment on a blog post pointing out […]

Rural development in practice

It is comparatively rare that the cover of a book so adequately describes not just the contents inside those covers, but also manages to capture […]

University Research: A Time of Disparate Change [Schiffer & Walsh]

University Research: A Time of Disparate Change — from insidehighered.com by Peter Schiffer and Jay Walsh During the pandemic, the research ecosystem has undergone a […]

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