There is a difference between the philosophy of the open classroom and the construction of classrooms without walls. Problems arise when you continue to teach a “closed” approach in an “open” space. Also, in building open learning areas, acoustics are critical—and typically ignored.
When the AP United States history students at Aragon High School in San Mateo California, scanned the professionally designed pages of http://www.minimumwage.com, most concluded that it was a solid, unbiased source of facts and analysis. They noted the menu of research reports, graphics and videos, and the “About” page describing the site as a project […]
We often praise the Patrick Henrys of the world, the folks who explain their nonparticipation in particular change efforts as a principled stance. But perhaps George Mason is the better example both for our national politicians and for leaders in every company and organization in America today. Whether it is economic reform at the highest levels or new policies on leave or telework for your company, by being in the room, you can shape the debate even if you do not ultimately agree with the outcome.
A study from Stanford Graduate School of Education researchers found that most middle, high school and college students have trouble discerning news articles from advertisements online.
The popular claim that “filter bubbles” are why fake news thrives on Facebook is almost certainly wrong
Intriguing reading, and something for us educators to keep in mind when we are teaching “digital literacy.”
Multiple research studies indicate that students show greater engagement and achievement when they use digital materials available via publishers.
However, please note that the various research studies were all conducted by or for companies peddling digital materials.