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Understanding Learning Science and Its Value to Educators

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1101) In a world where we are constantly barraged with product claims about “learning science,” most educators have very little sense of what that really means and how it is relevant to what they do. I … Continue reading

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No, really, courseware is a thing now

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1101) In the operating plan slide deck that Cengage recently released as a consequence of their bankruptcy proceedings, the executive summary slide says that a key element of their strategy is “driving aggressive digital growth in … Continue reading

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The Need For Learning Engineers (and Learning Engineering)

By Bill JeromeMore Posts (2) Editor’s Note: I am pleased to announce that Bill has agreed to continue contributing blog posts from time to time. Therefore, he is now officially a “Featured Blogger” rather than a “Guest Blogger.” Last week, I … Continue reading

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Please Welcome Featured Blogger Elijah Mayfield

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1101) When the story first broke a while back about the Kaggle contest for robo-grading essays that could be “similar to” human graders, I got interested. So after doing a little reading, I ended up contacting … Continue reading

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Apollo Group’s Technology Investments

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1101) I had an unexpected opportunity to chat with the Apollo Group’s Rob Wrubel last week. Rob is their Chief Innovation Officers and Executive Vice President. It was a short conversation—only fifteen minutes—but boy, was it … Continue reading

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