Elementary school educators are more likely than their high school peers to see technological know-how as an important school-leadership skill, a survey reveals.
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February 22, 2013
February 15, 2013
A congresional proposal would create a program focused on developing breakthrough advances in learning sciences and educational technology, similar to a program in the defense sector.
February 07, 2013
The worldwide e-learning market is poised to grow by more than 20 percent over the next five years, according to one estimate.
February 06, 2013
Congressman George Miller, a Democrat, has introduced a proposal that he says will encourage the effective use of technology in schools.
February 01, 2013
An Education Leaders Briefing concluded the World Education Forum in London this week. Greg Butler from Microsoft (who helped my district go 1:1 in 1996) moderated the session that I participated in with Sir Michael Barber, Chief Education Advisor at Pearson, and Microsoft education lead Anthony Salcito.
January 31, 2013
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam is putting forward legislation to impose new academic standards and growth restrictions on virtual schools.
January 30, 2013
The shift from print to digital is a big deal, but in many ways the shift from cohorts to competency is the more profound transformation underway in education.
January 22, 2013
Just 42 percent of Missouri school administrators surveyed said their districts have the necessary technology tools to implement common-core online assessments.
January 18, 2013
The 20 breakthrough school models recognized by the Gates Foundation funded Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC) took on the turnaround challenge, leveraged higher education partnerships, and improved the performance and sustainability of school networks (as outlined in part one of this three-part series). They also illustrate how blended learning supports and extends experiential learning (part two).
January 17, 2013
Critics argue that blended and competency-based learning is just testing all the time. They chafe at what appears to be more mindless box checking. When I visit credit recovery labs and see students flying through online lessons and taking end of unit multiple choice quizzes, we worry that there is some truth to the criticism.