If researchers hope to identify programs that will prepare students for the future, then they cannot continue to measure innovation based on the ideas from the past.
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August 17, 2018
Without a deep understanding of the history of American Education, perhaps policymakers are doomed to repeat mistakes of the past.
April 19, 2018
An argument for why it is a good thing when education technology providers test new ideas with small randomized controlled trials.
January 16, 2018
Excerpts from an interview of Justin Reich by Prof. Henry Jenkins in the USC Communications Department, about the new report From Good Intentions to Real Outcomes: Equity by Design in Learning Technologies
December 07, 2017
To better understand educational research, start by asking "who?" Who wrote the study; who published it; and who did the authors intend as their audience?
October 24, 2017
The recently released Worldwide Educating for the Future Index urges governments to reevaluate their education systems and provides a blueprint for change.
October 02, 2017
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.
September 11, 2017
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
As educators, we need to be critical consumers of educational research before assuming that findings present the "truth."
July 23, 2017
To best serve students, we need to focus definitions of learning on process instead of performance.