From Content to Panic: Lessons from Lost Computer Files

Here is to lessons from lost computer files. In 1990, I sat in a computer lab working on a research paper that was due the next day. It was a Continue Reading →

8 Readings and Resources on #CognitiveLoad Theory

Cognitive load theory. Have you heard of it? It is one of digital-age learning theories with the strongest foundation in empirical research. It helps explains why math scores dropped when Continue Reading →

8 Online Resources to Help Your Students Learn to Code

We live in an increasingly programmed world. Our cars, computers, phones, television, healthcare, movies, music, and education are all influenced by programming languages. Yet, many of us don’t read or Continue Reading →

The Power of Connections in the Digital World: Toward a Literacy of Connectivity?

“Collaboration across Networks.”  That is the second of Tony Wagner’s Seven Survival Skills as described in his 2010 book, Bridging the Global Achievement Gap. As I understand Wagner’s description of Continue Reading →