June 2014 Archives

Last week, a group from a diverse set of higher education institutions released a first draft of the Asilomar Convention, a document attempting to guide ethical decision-making in advancing higher education research. The Convention was composed by researchers, administrators, privacy advocates and others, in an effort to launch a dialogue about how best to advance the science of learning in the digital age. I was one of the folks chiming in on the conversation, and what follows is my own sense of what we were aiming for; others might have a different perspective. The key document guiding contemporary research ethics ...

Jen Carey of the Ransom Everglades school explains why they recently adopted Google Apps for Education.

Using content from MathMistakes.org to help pre-service teachers get in the habit of looking closely at student work.


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