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Online Learning's 'Greatest Hits'

Edsurge

From the very start of digital education, the big question has always been: ”How can students learn effectively, if they’re not face-to-face with their instructors?” More than two decades ago, when I was hired at Stevens Institute of Technology, as dean of web-based distance learning—a quaint title for what is now known as online learning—few tools were available to help faculty migrate their on-campus courses online.

Trends to watch in 2015: education and technology

Bryan Alexander

Here I’d like to identify trends from 2015 which seem likely to persist or grow over the next year. I’m building on previous posts about trends in technology and educational contexts , plus my FTTE report, naturally. Educational technology trends.

7 programs that are transforming education

eSchool News

Innovative tools and strategies are transforming education, and the best educators recognize this growing trend and harness it to benefit their students.

A major report on digital learning from Arizona State University

Bryan Alexander

What are the best ways to support and structure digital learning? Last week Lou Pugliese joined the Future Trends Forum to describe a forthcoming research project he’d just completed. They save money, expand access, and offer the same or better quality as face-to-face learning.

Engrade users can access Knovation’s digital content

eSchool News

Collaboration aims to create a more open, collaborative digital learning environment for K-12 students and educators. Engrade unifies the data, curriculum and tools that educators use every day to drive student achievement and inform district educational strategy.

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Giving Thanks: The Top EdSurge Contributors of 2016

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But there’s hope—the Stanford researcher completed a 500-paper lit review with professors Linda-Darling Hammond and Shelley Goldman to identify five actionable tips to provide equitable digital learning opportunities to low-income students. Yet only 50 percent said they have adequate solutions and strategies to help. Educators and Administrators—From the 'Instruct' Newsletter Adaptive learning. Personalized learning. Blended learning.