MoodleNews Plugin Roundup, ‘Is My Moodle Made Of Clay?’ Edition

Intuitive systems should not only let us do anything we want, but do them the way we want to. While pre-planned Moodle sites are rewarding, […]

Teacher Effectiveness Tools Reach New Heights

Andy Newell, Managing Director at IRIS Connect, joined Dr. Rod Berger to discuss the company’s new offices, expansion in the U.S. and how they help […]

Video Reconfiguring Possibilities in Education with eduCanon

Ben Levy, co-founder of eduCanon, talks about the power of video and how placing control in the hands of teachers ignites learning for students. Levy […]

Sal Khan Reflects on his Academy and its Impact on Education

Sal Khan, founder of the Khan Academy, took time to explore current educational challenges and strategies to consider. Khan also shares what it’s like to […]

Do We Really Know How to Interpret Education Data?

Dr. Jenny Rankin joins Dr. Rod Berger to discuss “over-the-counter” data and what the research says about our ability to correctly decipher results.

Newsela Redefines the Student News Experience

Student access to relevant information and news continues to expand with technology advancements. I had the opportunity to interview Matthew Gross, CEO and co-founder, of […]

Interaction Inspiration: Google Doodle for Bartolomeo Cristoforo

Earlier this week, Google released an interactive doodle celebrating the inventor of the piano, Bartolomeo Cristoforo. I loved this doodle as soon as a I […]

New USDOE OET Guide Speaks to Developers, Startups & Entrepreneurs in EdTech

The Core has come to know the Office of Educational Technology and Director Richard Culatta for a number of years and he and his office […]

Aaron Sams: The Truth about “Flipping Out” Curriculum

Aaron Sams has become synonymous with Flipped Learning around the world. An award winning educator who speaks and consults on new learning designs took time to […]

LaunchEdu Highlights 2015 Winner Zaption

Chris Walsh, CEO of 2015 LaunchEdu winner Zaption, talks to Dr. Rod Berger about the power of video in education and the origins of his […]

Can Failure Change Perspective in Education?

Jessica Lahey has steadily become one of this country’s preeminent voices bridging educational experiences with parenting and the community. You have probably read her work […]

Eric Sheninger Podcast: The Scary Side of “Status Quo” in Educational Leadership

Story Credit: This story was originally published on Scholastic District Administrator under the “Down the Hall” column by Dr. Rod Berger. “The one issue that plagues education is […]

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