Spirals of Innovation in Schools – From Pockets of Excellence to Sustained Change from Beth Holland

This post originally appeared on EdTechResearcher. To be successful in a knowledge economy, students will require the ability to complete non-routine tasks, solve unstructured problems, and employ technologies for communication, collaboration, and creation (Autor, & Price, 2013; Collet, Hine, & Plessis, 2015). …

Why Is Measuring Learning So Difficult? A Video Conversation with iPad Summit Keynoter, Justin Reich

Check out this new video from EDUCAUSE with four experts, including EdTechTeacher co-founder and iPad Summit Boston Keynote Speaker, Justin Reich addressing the question, “Why is measuring learning difficult?” On his blog, EdTechResearcher, Justin says this video has “some good reflections on learning analytics, …

Redefining Curriculum with Open Educational Resources and Teacher-Created Content – Guest Post from Kenneth Frank

This guest post from iPad Summit San Diego presenter, Kenneth Frank (@MrFrankKMHS), first appeared on EdTechResearcher. Like most teachers in 1:1 environments, my use of technology has evolved from direct challenges posed by my students, administrators, and fellow faculty.  I didn’t set …