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January 07, 2014

Stanford Engineer Develops Virtual Science Labs for MOOCs

An engineering professor at Stanford University has developed a way for students in MOOCs to conduct virtual lab experiments—an "iLab," as he calls it—that could have value for K-12 students.

October 10, 2013

MOOCs Can Teach Leaders About 21st Century Learning

MOOCs provide information, invite participation, invoke curiosity, and encourage learning. Isn't that what we want for all students?

September 17, 2013

Do I Really Have to Lead Technology?

Whether we have technology integrators in our schools or not, leaders need to understand this extraordinary panorama ourselves. This is necessary if we are to legitimize our claim that we are leading schools that will help our graduates to be college and career ready.

September 13, 2013

Major 'MOOC' Provider Makes $1 Million in Student Revenues

Coursera, a provider of massive open online courses, made its first $1 million from a student certification program.

September 13, 2013

'MOOC' Provider Coursera Generates $1 Million in 'Certificate' Revenues

Coursera, a massive open online course provider, made $1 million from students who pursued "verified certificates" for their successful completion of courses.

July 18, 2013

Lead Blended Learning in Three Steps!

It is not simply the medium that makes blended learning dynamic; it is the inspired teacher who is motivated by the technology to open her practice to limitless capacity and plan ways to use 21rst century skills in the expanded classroom. Most of us are novices in this medium. We should begin simply and along side of our teachers.

July 16, 2013

Bringing Blended Learning Forward

We introduce the power and resources released by change. We walk our teachers to the edge of a new world for teaching and learning, step off together and lead while we learn beside our teachers.

June 24, 2013

MOOCs To Bring Personalized Learning, Big Changes to K-12, Ed. Professor Predicts

Ten-minute videos on a single topic, a personal feel, and frequent "retrieval feedback" are just some elements of massively open online courses that could soon come to high school classrooms, said Scott Garrigan of Lehigh University.

May 02, 2013

My School of the Future Begins to Come Into Focus

Couple great large-scale projects with the evolving efficacy of elective online coursework and strong communities built around collaborative learning, effective advising, explicit exploration of values and social issues, and ever-popular athletic or performing arts programs, and it seems to me that schools of the future could easily encompass all the compelling ideas of the present.

May 01, 2013

Teacher Training Enters A 'MOOC' World

A provider of MOOCs plans to begin some teacher-training modules, and will partner with a number of teacher colleges.

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