Examine Bill Cosby's Picture Pages through the discursive lens of pre-literate reader proto-MOOCs.


Hoping for a little less rhetoric and a little more nuance in the conversation about high-scale, low-touch technologies in 2014.


Exploring what student-teachers learn from blogging about their classroom observations.


Fishing experiments in the exhaust, experiments in the periphery, MOOC-thropology in the Field, and Design Research in the Core


Comments on a PBS NewsHour story, a research study on astronomy simulations targeting understanding of the massive dimensions of space, a readable summary of an important and nuanced research study on a blended learning platform, and a new short e-book on MOOCs.


Commentary on a NewsHour report focusing on Clintondale High School's flipped classroom initiative.


Parsing a meta-analysis of research studies that highlights a few proven benefits of specific game-playing practices and many potential benefits worth exploring further.


An MIT undergraduate shares her observations on the strengths and weaknesses of a reverse engineering project using Google SketchUp.


The unfortunate need for edtech entrepreneurs to eat limits the creativity and potential of the start-up scene.


The iPad Summit is about big ideas and a changing world, not about technology.


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