‘The Dangers of Fluent Lectures’ [Flaherty]

‘The Dangers of Fluent Lectures’ — from insidehighered.com by Colleen Flaherty A study says smooth-talking professors can lull students into thinking they’ve learned more than […]

New Project: Exploring the Teacher Function: Continuing Speculative Interventions in Automated Teaching

I just kicked off a new project at the Centre for Research in Digital Education building on Sian Bayne’s work on Teacherbot. I am joined […]

Research-Backed Toolkit Helps Youth Organizations Integrate Digital Learning

The Beam Center in Brooklyn is an out-of-school maker program that teaches teenagers technical skills like welding, woodworking and microcontroller interface design; they collaborate on […]

Reviewing and revising

One of the strange but common occurrences in producing large pieces of writing is that the writer frequently becomes so close to the text that […]

Curation of Your Online Persona Through Self-Care and Responsible Citizenship

  I’m excited to announce that I finalized my first chapter for the K-12 book titled, Leveraging Technology to Improve School Safety and Student Wellbeing […]

The Power of Learning Communities: Three Things I Learned from a Research-Practice Partnership

How do we best equip the rising generation to thrive in a rapidly changing, connected world? At Susan Crown Exchange (SCE) we are explicitly focused […]

UC Irvine’s Connected Learning Lab Recognized as an Organized Research Unit

I’m delighted to share the news that the Connected Learning Lab (CLL) was recently recognized as an “Organized Research Unit (ORU)” — a cross-campus research […]

Schedule Unveiled for the 2019 Connected Learning Summit

The schedule for the 2019 Connected Learning Summit is available now. The October 2-5 event, to be held at the University of California, Irvine, features […]

What’s the Role of the School in Educating Children in a Datafied Society?

Of the many calls on schools, one is that they should teach children about their online privacy and data, so they are ready for the […]

Technology Is Only Part of the Picture

TCEA has been supporting the use of technology in education for almost 40 years now. As we get ready to celebrate that anniversary, we’ve spent […]

#GuildChat for 8/23/19: Using Research in L&D

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, August 23rd at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is on Using Research in L&D. […]

How Convenience Stores Use Mobile Learning to Reduce Staff Turnover

Convenience stores are an excellent stop for people who want to get in, make their purchases, and get out quickly.  A few of the reasons […]

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