And now for something completely different.
This category covers learning analytics products, the larger markets for them, and the science (or lack thereof) behind them.
Instructure is not the same company it was just a year or two ago. Thanks to public reporting, the changes are out in the open.
How SAP’s massive purchase of Qualtrics can help answer why the LMS is so persistent and a helpful way to look at formative assessment and data analytics.
We’ve released a new short course of six animated explainers that introduce educators to basic concepts related to learning analytics and adaptive learning.
Unizin and (Barnes & Noble-owned) LoudCloud have an analytics deal. Frankly, we’re still not entirely clear on what either organization is doing.
In a shocking development, recent research has shown that students do better when they feel like they belong at school, they are supported by their teachers and advisors, and they are studying things that actually matter. And yet, much of so-called “student-centered” ed tech does not focus on helping with any of these things.
We boil these three buzz phrases down to basic, common-sense teaching strategies.