A new report from the Cooney Center and New American Foundation raises questions about the basic content in early literacy apps.


If it takes a village to teach a child, let's design systems that teach the village.


On rascals, Rascals, maker spaces, and dollhouses, and what lectures really are.


Examining questionable theories of change in school ed tech plans.


Reminders from Larry Cuban, the preeminent historian of education technology, that today's ed tech hype has many historical antecedents.


Expressing my deep gratitude for classroom teachers working in these challenging times.


Eric Klopfer's pithy comment on games, points, and learning.


Research findings from the first of the Project Information Literacy group's Passage Studies.


Why we need more teachers in iPad classrooms to record and share their teaching.


We must ensure that new technologies advance our goals rather than distract us from them.


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