Research digested: How to solve a problem like L&D, Knowledgepool

How to solve a problem like L&D, KnowledgePool. Why read this report This report is useful for understanding the challenges facing L&D teams. It also […] The post Research digested: How to solve a problem like L&D, Knowledgepool appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Research digested: How to solve a problem like L&D, Knowledgepool

Districts Often Out of Touch with Teachers’ Biggest Tech Needs, Survey Finds

A recent report from Common Sense Media reveals that teachers don’t feel they have the right tech for their classrooms. The post Districts Often Out of Touch with Teachers’ Biggest Tech Needs, Survey Finds appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Districts Often Out of Touch with Teachers’ Biggest Tech Needs, Survey Finds

Episode 116 Trends for June 22-July 6: Hardware & Software, Professional Development, Instructional Design, and Research Reports

We discuss the trends and issues we observed during the weeks that include June 22-July 6, 2018 as we flipped resources into our Flipboard magazine (http://bit.ly/trendsandissues). […] The post Episode 116 Trends for June 22-July 6: Hardware & Software, Professional Development, Instructional Design, and Research Reports appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Episode 116 Trends for June 22-July 6: Hardware & Software, Professional Development, Instructional Design, and Research Reports

Worth Sharing: The genetic fallacy: When is it okay to criticize a source? | The Logic of Science

Not new, but an excellent take on the issue. Last week, I wrote a post on the hierarchy of scientific evidence which included the figure […] The post Worth Sharing: The genetic fallacy: When is it okay to criticize a source? | The Logic of Science appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Worth Sharing: The genetic fallacy: When is it okay to criticize a source? | The Logic of Science

Making Better Ed-Tech Choices: Q&A With Richard Culatta of ISTE

The former director of the federal Office of Educational Technology talks with Education Week about ISTE’s approach to helping educators navigate new ed-tech tools. The post Making Better Ed-Tech Choices: Q&A With Richard Culatta of ISTE appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Making Better Ed-Tech Choices: Q&A With Richard Culatta of ISTE

DeVos-Supported ‘Brain-Performance’ Company Loses Appeal Over Misleading Advertising

Neurocore agreed to stop making unsupported claims and end some user testimonials after losing its appeal before an ad-industry regulatory group. The post DeVos-Supported ‘Brain-Performance’ Company Loses Appeal Over Misleading Advertising appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading DeVos-Supported ‘Brain-Performance’ Company Loses Appeal Over Misleading Advertising

Research Projects Made Easier…

When it comes to research projects why should students struggle due to reading levels of resources found on the internet? What would teachers say if […] The post Research Projects Made Easier… appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading Research Projects Made Easier…

The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech [O’Neil]

The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech — from nytimes.com by Cathy O’Neil Excerpt: We need academia to step up to fill in the gaps […] The post The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech [O’Neil] appeared first on e-Learning Feeds. Powered by WPeMatico Continue reading The Ivory Tower Can’t Keep Ignoring Tech [O’Neil]