Tag Archives: Dan Meyer

In Defense of the Lecture

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) Following the IHE piece on Essex County College’s struggles to get good outcomes from their personalized learning program in developmental math, and following my blog post on the topic, Phil and I had an interesting … Continue reading

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“Personalized Learning” Is Redundant

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) Dan Meyer has just published a provocative post called “Don’t Personalize Learning,” inspired by an even more provocative post with the same title by Benjamin Riley (as well as being a follow-up to Meyer’s post “Tools … Continue reading

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A Taxonomy of Adaptive Analytics Strategies

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) I almost never quote a blog post in its entirety, but this one from Dan Meyer is so good that I just can’t bear to cut a single word: Stephanie Simon, reporting for Reuters on … Continue reading

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Apple and Textbooks, Part 2: Is There a Class In This Text?

By Michael FeldsteinMore Posts (1092) When Apple announced both the release of their iBooks 2 and upgrades to iTunes University, I was curious to see what kind of integration they had between the two. If you do a web search … Continue reading

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