Monthly Archives: February 2014

Miraculous Together

The practice of education, online. GUEST COLUMN | by Alison Leigh Brown Over the last fifteen years I have taught a course on technology and its relationships to values. My students read Freud, Foucault, Haraway and assorted articles. I try … Continue reading

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Time on Journey

A solution that means less time preparing plans and more time teaching students. INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero Formed in 2010 by veteran entrepreneurs and software industry experts in consultation with experts in special education and autism therapy, ABPathfinder is … Continue reading

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Trends | Read Leaders, Real Success Stories

From traditional to digital classrooms is the theme of Future@Now, a forum highlighting a roadmap to the digital transition happening all across America. Building on last year’s meeting, this second live streaming event will feature innovative educators, association leaders and … Continue reading

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Massive Issues, Massive Benefits

A perspective on pitfalls and progress of MOOCs over the past year. GUEST COLUMN | by Anne Trumbore The biggest issue with Massive Open Online Course (MOOCs) may be almost everything that has been written about them. MOOCs have been … Continue reading

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Personalized Power

A company founder shares research results on adaptive learning.  INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero  John Boersma is the founder of Adapt Courseware and a former university faculty member. As a seasoned academic, he understands the science behind course development, delivery, … Continue reading

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