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March 7, 2012
Making and education clearly go hand in hand, but how do we quantify and share the results of authentic learning without losing its essence? That's the issue educators are currently facing.
January 11, 2012
Scott Gray expands on his previous post concerning Codecademy and the future of elearning.By Dale Dougherty
June 29, 2011
(Green Onion News Network) The Harper Valley School Board recently adopted a policy that allows students to use their cell phones to search for answers on state-mandated standardized tests.By Josh Nutzman
March 17, 2011
One of my first "useractive" learning experiences happened when I was in elementary school, when my class participated in the National Geographic Kids Net acid rain project.: An OST engineer describes an early encounter with "useractive learning."
October 20, 2010
Tablet computing can reverse the decline of U.S. education, but there's a side effect. Because tablets are digital, we can analyze how students learn and examine teachers' competence. It opens the question: What happens when the digital classroom challenges powerful teachers' unions?Tom Barker
August 14, 2010
Over the years as my comfort level with teaching has increased I've found that I'm growing more and more experimental in my teaching methodologies. When I first started teaching, seven years ago this August, I struggled with how to go...Tom Barker
July 13, 2010
May 21, 2010
May 17, 2010
In this multi-part series of blog posts, I'd like to tell the story of the O'Reilly School of Technology and the new Make: Mathematics project. This is also a great opportunity for me to explain and justify our overall mission...By Scott Gray
May 4, 2010
In this multi-part series of blog posts, I'd like to tell the story of the O'Reilly School of Technology and the new Make: Mathematics project, which is also an opportunity for me to explain and justify our overall mission and...By Nat Torkington
March 16, 2010
Government is an Elephant (Public Strategist) -- if Government is to be a platform, it will end up competing with the members of its ecosystems (the same way Apple's Dashboard competed with Konfabulator, and Google's MyMaps competed with Platial). If you think people squawk when a company competes, just wait until the competition is taxpayer-funded .... Recordings from NoSQL...By Simon St. Laurent
May 5, 2009
Twenty years of change are shifting technology from top-down broadcast-model documentation and training to a more conversational approach that shrinks the social distance between teacher and learner, personalizing our experience.
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