The higher ed press has treated technology-enabled education as a side show. But it’s not a side show anymore. It’s the show.
The "Big Picture" category covers larger trends and topics that influence both the problems that technology can help address in education as well as the barriers to implementing high-quality technology-supported education. This includes research-based topics such as learning science and program effectiveness studies, philosophical discussions such as outcomes definitions, and macro-forces such as government policy, markets, and business models.
I wouldn’t trust him to name my baby, but I might trust him to make something technologically crazy to work in an unreasonable time frame.
Come learn about the massive and free virtual conference for helping people teach online and give your input into what should come next.
All the stresses that face traditionally “at-risk” students are now stresses that most or all students are dealing with. Universities need to study what has worked and scale it up.
Let the #resiliencenetwork revolution begin!
This is what a proportionate response to the COVID crisis looks like.
Macmillan Learning describes their contribution to impact research and transparency during the early stages of EdTech product development.