Editor’s note: The HotChalk Education Index surveyed more than 25,000 students, teachers, parents, and tutors – here is an overview of the results.
Editor’s note: interesting and useful resources on innovation – and Stanford says it has had success in the way it delivers the course online too.
Editor’s note: The European Commission has launched Consumer Classroom – a new website for teachers providing quality teaching resources and interactive tools – a useful resource.
Editor’s note: How connections between basic survival functions, social and emotional reactions to the world, and creative impulses impact learning.
Editor’s note: Amazing lessons from TED. Lessons in how to do great video content?
Editor’s note: a temperature check on the SXSWedu conference in Austin, Texas. Gives a flavour of tech developments in the education space.
Editor’s note: This week’s SXSW festival in Austin, Texas, features SXSWedu a part of the festival dedicated to education technology. The site provides festival updates.
Editor’s note: Education innovator Sugat Mitra has just won the TED Prize at TED 2013 for his School in the Cloud initiative. If you are interested in the power of self-organised learning then look up his work.
We can only hope that this might extend into the workplace. And then what? What…
Editor’s note: How publisher McGraw-Hill is using ‘adaptive learning technology’ to bring its learning content to life.
RSA Animate give their animated treatment to the thinking of Sir Ken Robinson. More than…
Editor’s notes: And the three are: MOOCs, data and start-ups . . . so where was the excitement in L&D in 2012?
Editor’s note: How school children are using content curation tool Learnist to gather, filter and share information as a part of their studies.
Editor’s note: With the surge in interest in education technology it is good to see what else is actually going on. You won’t be surprised that it reflects some of what goes on in corporate learning.
‘Rub your eyes and watch the children’: that’s the future of corporate learning, according to Stephen Heppell
Professor of new media environments at Bournemouth University, Stephen Heppell, told Elearning Network members that…