The time has finally arrived, for you (hereafter, "the people"), to vote for the #MTT2K People's Choice award.

The Internet amplifies. Sometimes it amplifies the worst of human nature, and sometimes it amplifies the best.

Here's the thing about librarians: they are the only people I know who are incredibly excited TO DO YOUR WORK FOR YOU.

How could Khan Academy's maths platform take on more of the characteristics of the new CS platform?

Before we teach how to tweet, we must teach why to tweet.

It is not intuitive to most educators how one would use Twitter as a meaningful part of professional development.

Design-based thinking has tremendous potential to help us envision new models for the future of learning.

Examining tentative results from a study: What if Constructivist Beliefs and Technology Confidence Don't Make Better Tech Teachers?

Today's Ask a Researcher comes from a student starting a PhD program in the fall, who asked for some tips about starting out:

I used to think that I needed to help teachers to use tools, but now I think I need to help teachers meet learning goals.

The opinions expressed in EdTech Researcher are strictly those of the author(s) and do not reflect the opinions or endorsement of Editorial Projects in Education, or any of its publications.

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