Posts Tagged ‘digital-learning’

    Squaring digitization and personalization in 2018

    January 11, 2018 | by Elizabeth Anthony

    As technology has been on the rise in education, traditional instruction has simultaneously been demonized. Education innovators posit that classrooms have hardly changed since the industrial era when they were designed to “produce” students with a certain set of knowledge and skills in the same way a production line at a factory churns out identical […]

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    How Malaysian schools are tackling blended-learning challenges

    December 7, 2017 | by Katrina Bushko

    Malaysia has a very unique education system: over the past two decades, the government has invested millions of dollars in equipping all 10,000 public schools with not only computer labs, but also the Frog Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). Unsurprisingly, though, challenges still arise and vary school by school. In our newest report published in conjunction […]

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    How to bring reading instruction into the digital world

    June 15, 2016 | by contributor

    Post contributed by Jessica Sanders of Whooo’s Reading, a San Diego-based education organization that motivates students to read everyday. Reading is arguably one of the most important skills a student can learn, and technology can make it easier to keep students engaged in reading instruction, while empowering them to use creativity to gain a deeper understanding […]

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    OER will evolve to address the problems we hire it to solve

    June 3, 2016 | by Thomas Arnett

    Today, open educational resources (OER) are an increasingly common feature in the K–12 education ecosystem. As one example, consider the popularity of Khan Academy, whose library of practice activities and videos are accessed each month by over 10 million users around the world and in many schools across the United States. Similarly, as school systems […]

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