Exploring student thinking and problems solving with resources from MathMistakes.org, one of the gems of the Math TwittoBlogoSphere. #MTBoS
A new preface for the Ed Tech Developer's Guide, which was recently published by the U.S. Department of Education.
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.
The Learning at Scale project can be about trying to replicate tutorials at scale, or it can be about creating learning experiences where scale is an affordance rather than a detriment.
The New York Times investigates the possibilities of, and problems with, blended learning.
A Harvard researcher weighs in on the laptop debate, reframing the debate from student efficacy to student autonomy.
A new report on the classroom uses of games describes promising practices for games and formative assessments.
In an article in KQED MindShift, Justin Reich explains how he uses the open Web to power online learning and to leave the learning management system behind.
As higher education rethinks classroom instruction, preparing students for college-level learning means preparing students for active engagement.
Reshan Richards, the director of education technology at Montclair Kimberley Academy in New Jersey and the co-creator of the Explain Everything screencasting app, guest blogs on qualitative formative assessment.