Mica Pollack and her colleagues from UCSD share new research about the importance of teachers in blended learning environments that highlights the strengths and limits of online tools.

Reviewing a recent Boston Globe article about course creation at HarvardX.

Read this, then call the FCC to defend Net Neutrality, by asking the FCC to reclassify Internet Service Providers as common carriers.

Blended learning models depend upon computational assessment, but computers may not be able to assess what students most need to learn in school.

The EdTech start-up boom is more a result of Federal Reserve monetary policy than changing conditions in schools or learners' lives.

The first in a three post series on challenges and opportunities with blended learning: a emerging series of online interventions to boost motivation and engagement based on ideas from social psychology and behavioral economics.

The first in a three post series on challenges and opportunities with blended learning, starting with getting to actionable data.

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.

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