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July 12, 2012

What we Lose with Personalization (Part 2)

Personalization optimizes on observable characteristics. Lots of things we care about are not easy or inexpensive to computationally observe.

July 09, 2012

What We Lose with Personalization (Part 1)

Given the near universal agreement across a wide range of educators that personalization has tremendous potential for education, I've started thinking more about the threat posed by personalization.

June 25, 2012

Battling over the Meaning of "Personalization"

"Personalization" is the buzzword of ISTE 2012: in the years ahead, that word will be the frontline of the battleground between educationists with competing visions of the future of learning.

April 18, 2012

Grading Automated Essay Scoring Programs- Part III: Classrooms

I arrive at the final of my three part series of Automated Essay Score Predictors.In this final post, I offer a scenario of how Automated Essay Score Predictors could be used in a progressive history course in an elite private school.

April 17, 2012

Grading Automated Essay Scoring Programs- Part II: Policy

How could machines that automatically grade essays lead to Deeper Learning? On the face of it, the premise sounds preposterous. But I'm increasingly convinced that there is a potentially powerful policy strategy here, and this post provides an overview. But first, a review of what Automated Essay Scoring programs are.

April 15, 2012

Digital Media and Civic Ed: Amplification or Transformation? (@bjfr)

Do new technologies and new media truly transform practice, or are they amplifiers of well-established pedagogies?

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