A discussion with Boston-based John Tweeddale, the senior vice president of efficacy and quality at Pearson. Learn about the company's customer-facing K-12 and higher education work in North America and how his team defines measurable outcomes for customers.
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October 23, 2014
August 06, 2014
Survey leaders attribute younger parents' dissatisfaction with K-12 technology to concerns about educators' lack of skill with digital tools.
May 27, 2014
In planning her summer learning, Stephanie Hirsh turns to a favorite author, John Kotter. Explore some of his ideas on leadership and change and how his writing can help with transformation.
May 05, 2014
A great video example of how teachers and students are using Autism Expressed. It answers the question, "Who is is this program designed for?"
April 23, 2014
Change challenges even the strongest among us. Too often, traditional professional development doesn't go far enough to produce deep change in practice, says Joellen Killion.
April 21, 2014
The everyday experience of interacting with video online is best summed up as "instant," but the time it takes to upload video can be frustrating.
April 09, 2014
It was announced late Monday that Open SSL, used to power encryption for an estimated two-thirds of the Internet, had a vulnerability that went undetected for two years. Edthena promises layers of security to our users, so this needed immediate attention. Here's how we responded.
March 26, 2014
Dawn F. Wilson shares how evaluating professional learning is an important endeavor for stakeholders at all levels, including policy makers, system leaders, and school-based educators.
January 30, 2014
As an IT engineer I always felt like I was a cog in the machine. I continually asked myself how it could be that one person could make any difference to the bottom line. The lack of a satisfactory answer to that question was one of my primary motivations for becoming an entrepreneur.
December 12, 2013
I was on a plane with a front-row seat to a multiple-minute melodrama about averting crisis in the air. In my view, the situation and how to handle it was simple. But the process airline employees took to get there was quite complicated. Compared to decision-making procedures in a startup, it was almost comical.