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Over the past several months, many of us have written about a project undertaken in 2014, affectionately known as Personalized Assessment, Teaching and Learning (PATL). Throughout 2014, there was a tremendous amount of work and progress on this project, which … Continue reading
My colleagues and I, from the Center for eLearning, have been blogging for quite some time about a project called the Alternate Reality Learning Experience (ARLE).
We worked with experts in game design, curriculum development, science, English language arts, ethics, business and communications to create the ARLE, which is an educational technology-driven course that combines integrated curriculum, alternate reality gaming and problem-based learning approaches. The ARLE was run as a blended learning course for high school students and as a fully online course for college students. Continue reading
Susan Nesbitt, Director of Girls Who Code, is working hard to fill the gender gap for the 1.4 million jobs in the future in computer related fields. Continue reading
As part of our Teaching in Digital Age study, Pearson is profiling teachers like Valerie Pachter on their use of technology in their classrooms. Continue reading
Read how Google is trying to increase the interest in computer science and coding related jobs in students, specifically women and minorities. Continue reading
As part of our Teaching in Digital Age study, Pearson is profiling teachers like Joshua Green on their use of technology in their classrooms. Continue reading
A look at students’ emotions while they play a learning game. Continue reading
As part of our Teaching in Digital Age study, Pearson is profiling teachers like Terilyn Zamora on their use of technology in their classrooms. Continue reading
Increasing emphasis on fostering deeper learning opportunities for students suggests a fundamental change in teachers’ role and vantage point of instruction. Continue reading
Many students are taught to use the formula “length times width” but have not always mastered the important building blocks to gain conceptual understanding of area, which is an important topic for future learning of several other mathematical topics. Continue reading