Monthly Archives: September 2015

Computers in education again- anything new under the sun?

The MSP News last week noted that the new OECD report on “students, computers and learning” has been added to the MSPnet library (also you can link to it here ).  It has received only a little coverage in this … Continue reading

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Research and practice 1: Chronic condition

Are you a “consumer” of educational research? Does it change your practice? Or do you trust your “wisdom of practice” and look for research that explains and validates it? Is there enough research out there for you? In the next … Continue reading

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Digital texts: What do you see? What do you think?

Across the country, states are moving to digital content, though tastes are evolving , so that the “coming thing” may be a market analogue to “personalized curriculum” — that is, rather than purchasing comprehensive, basal texts, schools or states may … Continue reading

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