Category Archives: Tools, Toys, and Technology (Oh my!)

Explainer Video on Flipped Class, Learning Analytics, and Adaptive Learning

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1080) We now have the second of our personalized learning explainer videos out. As a reminder, here’s the first one, which reframes personalized learning as a set of approaches for addressing the teaching problems of reaching … Continue reading

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OSU Panel Discussion: Faculty experience with adaptive learning for Intro to Psychology course

By Phil HillMore Posts (430) In Spring 2016, faculty, support staff and administrators at Oregon State University met to candidly share their experiences with adaptive learning technology. I shared two different videos from the event at EdSurge in this article … Continue reading

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Marketing Claims From Adaptive Learning Vendors As Barrier To Adoption

By Phil HillMore Posts (430) In Spring 2016, faculty, support staff and administrators at Oregon State University met to candidly share their experiences with adaptive learning technology. I shared two different videos from the event at EdSurge in this article. … Continue reading

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Schoology: The strongest LMS you’ve never seen

By Phil HillMore Posts (430) LMS evaluations are typically painful ordeals for not just committee members but also for the vendors. They have to provide multiple demos, have lots of Q&A, and write 100+ page proposals based on extensive feature … Continue reading

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Instructurecon 2016: Why This Company is Still Formidable (and Misunderstood)

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1080) When I talk to Instructure competitors or critics, I usually hear two complaints about them: They “open wash” or are “fauxpen.” They have no vision. Having attended Instructurecon 2016 a couple of weeks ago, my … Continue reading

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