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Tear Down This Wall

Michael B. Horn

Jun 29, 2015

To maximize the benefits of blended learning, we’ll need to rethink not just the system architecture of schooling, but also the physical architecture of schools themselves. 243 more words

Educational Technology

Retreat, Renewal, and The Razor's Edge

“It is easy to be a holy man on a mountain.”  This phrase from one of my all time favorite stories, The Razor’s Edge, has been a recurring motif in my life. 530 more words


When Facebook Meets Blended Learning in Language Teaching


In this globalization era, the role of ICT has significantly enhanced. It has become an impoertant factor in almost every field in our life including the education field. 2,043 more words

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EdTech Europe: What Works Offline Doesn't Work Online

This may be an obvious characterization of what many EdTech practitioners already know within their own communities. But there seem to be some key areas that need to be addressed in order to remedy some of the online practices that are not “living up” to their expectations. 147 more words


Cheap and cheerful instructional videos

I have been trying out and testing different models to create instructional tutorials for the past few years. I provided an account of my last iteration in a post on this blog, called “ 307 more words

Blended Learning

But what about the data?

Here at the Performance Workshop we do a lot of work in the mobile space, and in this work we almost always encounter the question; “but what about the data?” 196 more words

Blended Learning

Lexington Institute: Personalizing Educational Excellence In The Arizona Desert

From yesterday’s inbox…

Lexington Institute: July 1, 2015

Personalizing Educational Excellence in the Arizona Desert

By Don Soifer

This fall, Arizona’s Yuma Elementary School District One will become the nation’s first traditional school district to convert to a district-wide personalized learning model for all students in all schools.

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