One of the signature findings of MOOC research is the tremendous diversity of MOOC learners. How can we serve them best?
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July 02, 2015
June 03, 2015
Summary of new research on nudges, priming questions, and text messages in educational settings.
April 08, 2015
A new preface for the Ed Tech Developer's Guide, which was recently published by the U.S. Department of Education.
April 01, 2015
Key findings from first two years of MOOCs at Harvard and MIT, including the consequences of steady growth, the emergence of course sequences and clusters, and the replication of early MOOC research.
March 10, 2015
A Harvard researcher weighs in on the laptop debate, reframing the debate from student efficacy to student autonomy.
February 28, 2015
A new report on the classroom uses of games describes promising practices for games and formative assessments.
January 02, 2015
My thoughts on how we could better take advantage of research opportunities from massive open online courses to advance the science of learning.
December 15, 2014
New Classrooms, the non-profit behind Teach to One: Math, offers some additional data and insights about the recent study by Teachers College professor Douglas Ready.
December 10, 2014
A conversation with a journalist at the Chronicle of Higher Education reveals I could have done a better job explaining findings from a new paper about MOOC completion rates and student intentions.
December 01, 2014
Super-Awesome Sylvia releases her first book about making and programming with Arduino boards, and Constructing Modern Knowledge Press makes two books available online for free for a limited time.