The American Academy of Pediatrics report has very well-considered specific suggestions, but the overall framing of the document borrows too much from a rhetoric of fear and risk.


The story of one MOOC "dropout" who took away valuable lessons from her unfinished learning experience.


Looking back over EdTech Researcher's posts about the history, development, and contemporary state of Massive Open Online Courses.


Schools and districts with challenges around technology infrastructure should make their voice heard to the FCC as they update E-Rate.


Sharing the idea of the iPad onescreen, in under five minutes.


Examining issues of evaluation and public support in Tina Rosenberg's column about flipped classrooms.


A small victory in contributing ideas to the Massachusetts virtual school authorization application.


A video tour of the world of Minecraft, with commentary on learning, schooling, and games.


A screen reader that shows only a few words at a time benefits some students with dyslexia.


Studies may show that students learn as well with many fewer lectures and readings.


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