Monthly Archives: August 2016

Are projects problematic?

Larry Cuban in recent weeks has been  blogging about “project-based learning”  — and bringing in other voices as well.  (Start here and follow the links back to earlier posts.) Larry, with his finely honed sense of history, sees the rapid … Continue reading

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Blockchains, ledgers, and the engineering of education

Some of my favorite edublogs are exploring different aspects of a new fad in educational policy and engineering.  It has a lot of different names, but perhaps the most general “container” for the various components is “personalization.” (I’ve had my … Continue reading

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