The Death of Testing and the Rise of Learning Analytics

I know that it is sad news for some, but more than a few of us have assessed the situation, and the prognosis is not good for our friend (or Continue Reading →

Meet Breakout EDU: Proof That Learning & Fun Go Together

In 2005, James Sanders started as a classroom teacher in South Los Angeles, where he continued for the next five years. In his words, he was “lucky enough to be Continue Reading →

Learning as Work or Play

I’ve learned so much more outside of school than in it. For every book that I’ve read for a school assignment over the years, I’ve likely read 20 outside of Continue Reading →

10 Gamification Challenges for Educators

What can educators learn from games?  For one thing, games have a longstanding track record of keeping people engaged for extended periods of time, even to the point that they Continue Reading →