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April 08, 2013

Will Online Learning Limit Students' Creative Potential?

As more districts and schools move to blended- and online-learning models, will students collaborate less, and thus be less innovative?

March 16, 2013

Going Blended in the Classroom

"Blended learning is definitely divisive right now," said panelist Tiffany Della Vedova, head of the preparatory division at The Mandell School, an independent school in New York. "It's pitched as blended learning equals Khan academy or flipped classrooms. But it's balance that's important."

February 04, 2013

Survey Gauges Teachers' Views on Ed Tech

A new survey from PBS LearningMedia finds that U.S. teachers are hungry for classroom technology—especially interactive tablets and whiteboards—and are generally positive about the ways technology can affect student learning.

January 31, 2013

National Online Teacher of the Year Finalists Announced

Three finalists for the National Online Teacher of the Year Award were announced yesterday by the Southern Regional Education Board and the International Association for K-12 Online Learning.

January 28, 2013

Will Digital 'Textbooks' Change Teaching?

Comprising videos, customizable assignments and activities, and test-administration functionality, the latest generation of digital textbooks seem, according to those in the know, less like textbooks than entire courses in and of themselves.

January 24, 2013

QR Codes as Classroom Tools

Monica Burns offers what amounts to a classroom teacher's ode to QR ("quick response") codes, in this Edutopia blog post.

January 22, 2013

Teacher: Stop Saying 'Digital Natives'

Teacher Bill Ferriter argues that the use of terms "digital natives" and "digital immigrants" has "done more harm than good" in education.

December 10, 2012

Google's Stance on the Common Core: It's Flawed

In a Huffington Post piece, two Google executives write about what they perceive as a "major flaw" in the Common Core State Standards: It doesn't address computer science.

December 04, 2012

Teacher: Beware the 'Digital Native' Stereotype

Technology teacher Mary Beth Hertz writes on Edutopia that teachers need to beware of the "dangerous" stereotype that all students these days are "digital natives."

November 26, 2012

Common Core and the Rise of Online Assessment

When Michigan students eventually take the Smarter Balanced Assessment—the Common Core State Standards-based exam that the state has signed on to adopt in 2015—they'll do so not on paper, but online. According to the Detroit Free Press, the change "marks a dramatic shift occurring in educa...

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