Experts say we’re approaching a third wave of higher-ed reform [Ascione]

Experts say we’re approaching a third wave of higher-ed reform — from ecampusnews.com by laura Ascione Excerpt: As the global economy changes and demands more […]

DC: A veeeerrry slippery slope here. “Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I., Shame & Lots of Cameras”

Inside China’s Dystopian Dreams: A.I., Shame and Lots of Cameras — from nytimes.com by Paul Mozur Excerpts: ZHENGZHOU, China — In the Chinese city of […]

“Computers that never forget a face” + 9 other items re: Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Computers that never forget a face — from Future Today Institute Excerpts: In August, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection will roll out new technology that will scan […]

“AR & VR: Education’s marvelous revolution” + 3 other items re: AR, VR, MR, and XR

  AR & VR — Education’s marvelous revolution — from verizoninternet.com Excerpt: Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR), often used in video games and […]

What teaching that lifts all students could look like [Rizga]

What teaching that lifts all students could look like — from kqed.org by Kristina Rizga An initial comment from DSC: I recently ran across this article. […]

Reimagining the Higher Education Ecosystem

Reimagining the Higher Education Ecosystem — from edu2030.agorize.com How might we empower people to design their own learning journeys so they can lead purposeful and […]

Skill shift: Automation and the future of the workforce [McKinsey]

Skill shift: Automation and the future of the workforce — from mckinsey.com by Jacques Bughin, Eric Hazan, Susan Lund, Peter Dahlström, Anna Wiesinger, and Amresh […]

Education startup OnlineDegree.com makes the first year of college tuition-free [Vedder]

Education startup OnlineDegree.com makes the first year of college tuition-free — from forbes.com by Richard Vedder Excerpt: If you were told that an educational institution existed […]

Mary Meeker’s Annual “Internet Trends Report” — the 2018 Edition is now out!

    Below are some excerpted slides from her presentation…                               […]

DC: An excellent article! How true. | “The problem with hurrying childhood learning” by Justin Minkel

The problem with hurrying childhood learning — from edweek.org by Justin Minkel Excerpts: When he lectured in the United States, Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget would […]

DC: We should change the color of the ink that we use to grade papers from red to green!

From DSC: I vote that we change the color that we grade papers — whether on paper (harcopy) or whether via digitally/electronically-based annotations — from […]

More than 9 in 10 elementary school teachers feel highly stressed, MU study finds [Herman]

More than 9 in 10 elementary school teachers feel highly stressed, MU study finds — from munews.missouri.edu by Keith Herman, with thanks to Cailin Riley […]

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