Ban Devices from the Class or Help Learners Develop Self-Regulation?

In this recent Washington Post article, the journalist tells the story of Clay Shirky’s decision to ban devices from his NYU class. Shirky explains that he previously left the choice Continue Reading →

10 Affordances of 1:1 Programs & Mobile Devices in Education

While the number of 1:1 schools continues to grow, I often consult with schools leaders who are still debating the issue, wondering if it is a worthwhile effort for their Continue Reading →

Why Some Technology Initiatives Transform Learning Environments and Others Don’t

As I look at the growing number of BYOD and other 1-to-1 school initiatives, it is tempting to focus upon the physical hardware, the software, or apps.  When you interview Continue Reading →