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I came across this article that proposes a new digital divide: understanding and opting out of algorithmic influence.
Kelly Walsh, founder of Emerging Ed Tech, authored a brief and interesting article about the combination of Competency Based Education, Stackable Credentials, and Blockchain
Linked off Aurora, CO’s website, this EdWeek article reports on badging/microcredentialing in a couple districts and from a few researchers.
This article from NPR discusses how some university professors have been using Wikipedia as a practical assignment for students. They can ask students to write a new entry or expand on an existing entry to demonstrate their learning.
I read this eSchoolNews article about a growing league of high schools around Chicago that, with the help of Robert Morris (a University), is playing League of Legends competitively.
I saw this article from Wired on a product that is being developed to boost cell signal without cellular providers having to invest in expensive infrastructure.
Produced by Learning Forward, the report named “Bringing the Profession Back In” linked here talks about the role of Professional Learning and Development (PLD) for teac
Shared by @shareski, this is a really good, fairly concise post on the difference between Personal and Personalized Learning. I could see us using the for Cadre or in a team meeting. http://www.downes.ca/post/65065
University of Southern California’s Game Innovation Lab has developed a video game version of the classic by Henry David Thoreau, Walden.