In a guest post, Ken Frank of Kellenberg Memoral High School describes one independent school's effort to use open educational resources to support a classical curriculum.


My thoughts on how we could better take advantage of research opportunities from massive open online courses to advance the science of learning.


Twisting balloon animals, and the joys of learning a new craft.


New Classrooms, the non-profit behind Teach to One: Math, offers some additional data and insights about the recent study by Teachers College professor Douglas Ready.


A conversation with a journalist at the Chronicle of Higher Education reveals I could have done a better job explaining findings from a new paper about MOOC completion rates and student intentions.


A recent study on Teach To One: Math, a descendent of the School of One, shows similar results to other computer-assisted, adaptive learning programs in mathematics.


Super-Awesome Sylvia releases her first book about making and programming with Arduino boards, and Constructing Modern Knowledge Press makes two books available online for free for a limited time.


Resources and reflections for educators this week working with young people to make sense and meaning about the grand jury verdict in Ferguson.


The case of potty training provides a good example of how we can find simple indicators that give us insight into deeply complex learning phenomena.


An invitation to participate in an open session of T509-Massive: The Future of Learning at Scale.


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