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

The Battle for “Personalized Learning”

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) So here we go again. Another terminology war. First there was the battle for open. Then the battle for MOOCs. Somewhere in there was the battle for edupunk. I stay out of terminology wars because, … Continue reading

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No Filters: My ASU/GSV Conference Panel on Personalized Learning

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) ASU’s Lou Pugliese was kind enough to invite me to participate on a panel discussion on “Next-Generation Digital Platforms,” which was really about a soup of adaptive learning, CBE, and other stuff that the industry … Continue reading

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Pop Quiz

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) Which CEO has recently said or done all of the following: Suggested to an audience of VCs and ed tech entrepreneurs at the GSV conference that the importance of big data in education has been … Continue reading

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The First e-Literate Subscription Product

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) Not too long ago, Phil and I wrote a post about our long, slow process of realization that our blogging at e-Literate and our consulting at MindWires are not two mostly unrelated things but really two halves of a whole. … Continue reading

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We Need a More Robust Learning Sciences Research Community

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1071) My latest Chronicle column is on how inherently difficult it is to evaluate learning science claims, particularly when they get boiled down to marketing claims about product efficacy, and how deep academic distrust of vendors makes this … Continue reading

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