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How Video Games Can Make Our Kids Smarter, Greg Toppo, Flypaper
in Adaptive Learning, Games, Gamification, Op-Ed & Commentary | Permalink
"I believe your piece is riddled with factual errors, inconsistencies and incorrect analysis."
Amplify's Joel Klein Responds to Bloomberg News Article, Joel Klein, Bloomberg
in Adaptive Learning, Apps, Classroom Tech, News, Op-Ed & Commentary, Amplify, Joel Klein, News Corp | Permalink
Tablets and an online curriculum were supposed to help revolutionize schools.
Failures in News Corp’s $1B Plan to Overhaul Education, Laura Colby, Bloomberg
Should we automate some parts of a teacher’s day?
When Computers, Not Teachers, Pick What Students Learn, N. Dobo, Hechinger Report
in Adaptive Learning, Classroom Tech, Op-Ed & Commentary | Permalink
Companies will work on adaptive language learning products for K-12 students.
EdBrief: McGraw-Hill and Cerego Announce Partnership, Kay Alexander, Edukwest
in Adaptive Learning, Language Learning, McGraw-Hill | Permalink
While administrators race to iron out tech glitches, one snag remains: how to type.
Common Core-Linked Tests Spur Schools to Teach Typing, Caroline Porter, WSJ
in Adaptive Learning, Common Core Aligned, News, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt | Permalink
App has 150k exercises, handwriting recognition & a content recommendation engine.
Khan Academy Releases New iPad App, With $2.25M From AT&T, edSurge
in Adaptive Learning, Apps, News, Khan Academy | Permalink
From robot teachers to “smart” backpacks, CES 2015 had plenty to excite educators.
Five Ed-Tech Highlights from CES 2015, Phillip Britt, eSchool News
in Adaptive Learning, MOOCs, News | Permalink
Co funding from co.lab, 500 startups and Guitar Hero co-founder Kai Huang.
Kiko Labs Debuts A Series Of “Brain-Training” Games For Kids, Sarah Perez, TechCrunch
in Adaptive Learning, Apps, Games, News | Permalink
2 facts drive ed policy & innovation in higher ed: skills matter & innovators aim to solve the skills deficit.
2015: Competency-Based Education Displaces College Degrees, Dean Florez, 1776
in Adaptive Learning, Corporate Training & Job Skills, Higher Ed, MOOCs, Op-Ed & Commentary | Permalink
Compentancy-based learning, LRM, Knewton, online corporate learning...
5 Predictions For Education In 2015, Michael Horn, Forbes
in Adaptive Learning, Corporate Training & Job Skills, e-Learning, Op-Ed & Commentary, Knewton | Permalink
Fareed Zakaria interviews edX's Anant Agarwal re A/B testing, personalized learning.
When Big Data Meets Education, Fareed Zakaria, CNN
in Adaptive Learning, Big Data, Privacy, Analytics, Higher Ed, MOOCs, News, Who's Who, edX | Permalink
Rosetta Stone Kids Reading helps kids learn to read at home.
Rosetta Stone Steps into Education-Tech Market, Drew Hansen, Business Journal
in Adaptive Learning, Kid Tech -Consumer Mkt, Language Learning, News | Permalink
Duolingo's founder, “I think we can do a better job than the current educational system."
Why a Computer Is Often the Best Teacher, Liz Gannes, <re/code>
in Adaptive Learning, Apps, Gamification, Language Learning, News, Who's Who, Duolingo | Permalink
How long should vendors be allowed to maintain and use student data?
Personalized Learning Pits Data Innovators Against Privacy Advocates, B. Herold, GT
in Adaptive Learning, Big Data, Privacy, Analytics, News, Knewton | Permalink
Jessie Woolley-Wilson: I would like to see tech doing less drill and kill.
How Tech Will Shape the Future of Schools, Monica Guzman, GeekWire
in Adaptive Learning, Who's Who, DreamBox Learning | Permalink
Company offers an adaptive learning math platform.
KnowRe Raises $6.8 Million Led by Softbank, Catherine Shu, TechCrunch
in Adaptive Learning, Investment | Permalink
Edinburgh-based platform personalizes learning on a individual student basis in real time.
CogBooks Raises $2.8 Million, Led by Nesta Impact Investments, D. Baker, Venture Beat
in Adaptive Learning, Corporate Training & Job Skills, Higher Ed, Investment | Permalink
She's CEO of DreamBox Learning, an adaptive learning system for elementary math.
Q&A with Jessie Woolley-Wilson, Tom Vander Ark, Getting Smart
Reich’s blog post overlooks some of the important benefits of educational technology.
Computers Enable Good Teachers, Thomas Arnett, ClaytonChristensenInstitute.org
in Adaptive Learning, Op-Ed & Commentary, Personalized Learning | Permalink
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