Before citing research or editorials as a rationale to ban technology, we need to question the underlying assumptions that the authors make about student learning.
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When reading articles that reference empirical research, we need to examine how the author makes assumptions before considering the study as "proof."
August 29, 2017
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July 23, 2017
To best serve students, we need to focus definitions of learning on process instead of performance.
July 12, 2017
To better define learning, we need to stop using "EduSpeak" and return to the theoretical language of pedagogy.
May 04, 2017
To measure change in education, we need to move beyond only using quantitative research methods.
April 27, 2017
To thwart resistance to change and mitigate bias, consider design thinking to provide teachers with an opportunity to learn.
March 08, 2017
MIT's Prof. Mitch Resnick explains the central role of imagination in driving design thinking.
February 17, 2017
To ensure the success of any new program or initiative, educators and administrators first need to define the "black box" of innovation.
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Instead of viewing new technologies and strategies as an either/or debate, consider the power of a both/and paradox.