Category Archives: guest column

Fun and Games Meets Education

Digital media in the classroom at Dwight School in New York. GUEST COLUMN | by Daniil Frants I have always loved working with technology and cyber art, and was drawn to Dwight’s ninth-grade digital media class because it offered me … Continue reading

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Life After Graduation

Revitalizing career and technical education programs. GUEST COLUMN | by Jeff Lansdell With the introduction of Common Core State Standards and the demand for 21st century learning, K-12 districts around the country are putting an increased emphasis on preparing students … Continue reading

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Digging Deeper

Cross-curricular learning using video games. GUEST COLUMN | by Suzi Wilczynski For thousands of years, excellent teachers have known that games and learning belong together. Today we have remarkable technology available to us that makes the game experience more comprehensive … Continue reading

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Exploring the Iceberg

Why selective adaptive learning meets the needs of students. GUEST COLUMN | by Jefferson Flanders My company has employed the metaphor of an iceberg as a way to frame its approach to online adaptive learning for colleges and universities. The top … Continue reading

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The ABCs of CBE

Five things to think about when transitioning to competency-based education. GUEST COLUMN | by Steve Pappageorge Even as institutions continue to wrap their arms around competency-based education (CBE) – what it means, how one should think about it, and how … Continue reading

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