Category Archives: education reform

Flipped Classroom – The Wave of the Future?

I’ve been working with my local school district to implement a 1:1 learning initiative which will provide each high school student with their own laptop. Pending final budget approval from the town, it looks like it will start in the … Continue reading

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Online Learning Gone Wild!

There was an interesting article in the NY Times today about the proliferation of online courses in public schools entitled More Pupils are Learning Online, Fueling the Debate about Quality. Advocates say that it’s a great way to give more … Continue reading

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It’s Broke, so Let’s Fix It

I’ve been a fan of Will Richardson for a while now. He’s one of those guys you’d love to have a beer with, prime him with a few insightful questions and then just sit back and listen. A true visionary … Continue reading

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One to One Computing – Get on the bus!

One of my other passions right now is one-to-one computing – putting a laptop or an iPad into the hands of every student and teacher in the country (ok, that maybe a bit ambitious, so lets start with every high … Continue reading

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Adaptive Learning – Future of EdTech

Gotta start somewhere, so might as well be with something bleeding edge. New York City based Knewton is developing an adaptive learning platform that will utilize the same types of technology that’s been used by Amazon, Google and Netflix for … Continue reading

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