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September 14, 2014

Three Lessons from the History of Education Technology

How new technologies impact teacher practice, student equity, and the rhetoric of change and transformation.

June 15, 2014

Guest Post: Why We Went Google Apps

Jen Carey of the Ransom Everglades school explains why they recently adopted Google Apps for Education.

June 05, 2014

Looking at Student Work with MathMistakes.org

Using content from MathMistakes.org to help pre-service teachers get in the habit of looking closely at student work.

April 29, 2014

Computers Can Assess What Computers Do Best

Blended learning models depend upon computational assessment, but computers may not be able to assess what students most need to learn in school.

April 16, 2014

Nudging, Priming, and Motivating in Blended Learning

The first in a three post series on challenges and opportunities with blended learning: a emerging series of online interventions to boost motivation and engagement based on ideas from social psychology and behavioral economics.

April 13, 2014

Blended Learning, But The Data Are Useless

The first in a three post series on challenges and opportunities with blended learning, starting with getting to actionable data.

March 24, 2014

What Path Will Your School Take?

From flipped classrooms to maker spaces, schools take diverse approaches to exploring education technology. Any of these pathways can lead to rethinking teaching and learning.

February 26, 2014

The Modern Story: Fellowship Opportunity

The Modern Story is a not-for-profit educational organization that bridges the technological and narrative divide by introducing digital skills and storytelling practices to youth and educators around the world.

February 03, 2014

Ed-Tech Sentences: Students and Teachers as Subjects, Devices as Direct Objects

Crafting our language around education technology to highlight that teachers and students are the actors rather than the devices.

December 23, 2013

Noticing and Blogging with Student-Teachers

Exploring what student-teachers learn from blogging about their classroom observations.

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