What’s Wrong with SAMR in Education?
Does SAMR continue to meet the need of describing the depth and breadth of change needed in education today?
Should Personalization Be the Future of Learning?
As technology has continued to permeate the classroom, the concept of personalized learning has gained traction among educators and policymakers. In this forum, our authors take a step back to ask a critical question: should personalization be the future of K–12 schooling? What are the risks? What do students stand…
Educators Innovating Learning From the Inside Out
Teacher-researchers, design-thinkers, teacherpreneurs. . . Educators of all types have the potential to exercise their creativity, collaboration, and playfulness to improve education.
When devising strategies to make education work for the 21st century, it’s natural to think first about students. How do we prepare children for a rapidly changing world?…
Deep or Wide? Two Takes on Ed-Tech Professional Development from AERA
Head-spinning jargon aside, one of the things I appreciate most about covering the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association is the chance to hear about how teachers and students are actually using technology in the classroom. So immediately upon arrival at this year’s meeting, which opened…