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November 11, 2015

Assessing Innovation: A Case Study Approach to Teacher Evaluation Systems

If teacher evaluation systems encouraged thoughtful innovation, would classroom practice follow? This post presents an imaginary system based on four case studies.

October 16, 2015

Are MOOC Forums Echo Chambers or Bridging Spaces?

Proposal for a new research study to investigate whether online MOOC forums are places where people form their own silos or come together across differences.

October 15, 2015

Operationalizing the Information Age, Knowledge Economy, 21st Century

Operationalizing and defining the notions of the Information Age, Knowledge Economy, and 21st Century

September 11, 2015

What Drives Student Learning?

The four dimensions of learning - the what, where, who, and when - offer insights into what drives students to learn.

June 25, 2015

Developing a New Metric for Assessing Learning

What dimensions of learning should we be measuring, and how should we go about doing it?

June 03, 2013

Starting as a Research Fellow with HarvardX

On the promise and peril of joining one of the major new MOOC enterprises.

May 09, 2013

The Digital Fault Line: Parents, Teachers, and Normal

Final post in a series about evolving notions of the digital divide.

March 23, 2013

MOOCs and Higher Education's Non-Consumers

Examining three populations of higher education "non-consumers" who are joining the emerging market for Massive Open Online Courses.

February 07, 2013

Connected Learning and the Unclear Road to Equity

Raising questions about the viability of Connected Learning to address fundamental inequalities in learning opportunities.

January 10, 2013

What I Learned in 100 Posts

Reflections on a year of blogging.

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