By taking massive stores of data and removing most nuance and complexity, researchers examining Udacity, edX, Google Course Builder, and Khan Academy conclusively demonstrate the obvious: that effort in online courses predicts achievement.
From flipped classrooms to maker spaces, schools take diverse approaches to exploring education technology. Any of these pathways can lead to rethinking teaching and learning.
A review of the new e-book Teaching in the Connected Classroom from the National Writing Project and Digital Media and Learning Hub.
Thoughts from an online learning summit of MIT, Harvard, Berkeley, and Stanford about the role elite institutions can play in shaping expectations throughout K-12 education.
Revisiting research, old and new, on optimal lecture length, and finding that we may know less than received wisdom would suggest.
The Modern Story is a not-for-profit educational organization that bridges the technological and narrative divide by introducing digital skills and storytelling practices to youth and educators around the world.
Interactive visualizations that allow viewers to explore data related to enrollment, certification, geography, and demography in HarvardX and MITx courses.
Video recording of a conversation about understanding the networked age through the eyes of youth, and importance of looking carefully at how we measure and respond to risks.
A review of of danah boyd's recent book, the result of 10 years of research on the social lives of teens and the Internet, plus an opportunity to discuss the book with us on Friday, February 14th.
Crafting our language around education technology to highlight that teachers and students are the actors rather than the devices.