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Vanessa Clark | 04-19-19
I came across this article that proposes a new digital divide: understanding and opting out of algorithmic influence.
Melissa Garner | 10-23-17
Kelly Walsh, founder of Emerging Ed Tech, authored a brief and interesting article about the combination of Competency Based Education, Stackable Credentials, and Blockchain
Melissa Garner | 10-09-17
Linked off Aurora, CO’s website, this EdWeek article reports on badging/microcredentialing in a couple districts and from a few researchers.
Vanessa Clark | 02-28-17
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.
Melissa Garner | 07-03-17
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.
Vanessa Clark | 06-30-17
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.
Vanessa Clark | 01-10-17
Melissa Garner | 03-22-17
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
Melissa Garner | 01-05-17
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
Vanessa Clark | 03-04-17
University of Southern California’s Game Innovation Lab has developed a video game version of the classic by Henry David Thoreau, Walden.
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