Comparing the advantages of interactive whiteboards with the affordances of other low-tech alternatives.


Video, slides, tweets, and notes from a Berkman Luncheon talk on personalized learning, technology and education reform.


A recap from Edcamp Boston organizer Tracy Sockalosky.


Final post in a series about evolving notions of the digital divide.


Invitation and slides for an upcoming talk at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society.


Emerging research and theory on the evolving digital divide


New research on educational inequality in the United States to frame a series of posts on the evolving digital divide.


Why one professional development consultancy supports educator-led, free professional development events.


Learning from the tinkerers who are extremely good at learning.


Greg Kulowiec's keynote address at the iPad Summit borrows an evocative analogy from Seymour Papert on the challenges of technology in schools.


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