Developing a New Metric for Assessing Learning

What dimensions of learning should we be measuring, and how should we go about doing it?

Doing Real History in High School: The Wayland High School History Project

Kevin's Delaney's Wayland High School students publish a biography of one of their town's most interesting residents, Jessica Henderson, a fierce suffragette and political activist from the World War I era.

A New PK12 Initiative at MIT and a New Role for Me

Announcing a new PK-12 focused initiative at MIT, and a new role for me at MIT.

Can We Nudge Students to Better Learning?

Summary of new research on nudges, priming questions, and text messages in educational settings.

Four Ways to Create a Culture of Innovation

Guest writers Beth Holland and Sabba Quidwai ask how we develop cultures of innovation in an era of standards-based reform.

In China, Where Everything is a MOOC

A visit to China's Silicon Valley reveals a robust enthusiasm for large-scale online learning.

A Year without One-to-One

Shawn McCusker describes what he learned moving from a 1:1 school back to an environment with fewer technology resourses.

Looking at Class Sets of Work with

Exploring student thinking and problems solving with resources from, one of the gems of the Math TwittoBlogoSphere. #MTBoS

A New Preface for the Ed Tech Developer's Guide

A new preface for the Ed Tech Developer's Guide, which was recently published by the U.S. Department of Education.

Three Insights from the HarvardX and MITx Year Two Reports

Key findings from first two years of MOOCs at Harvard and MIT, including the consequences of steady growth, the emergence of course sequences and clusters, and the replication of early MOOC research.

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