Everything old is new again.
All good things must come to an end. After nearly seven great years as business partners and an even longer run as co-bloggers, Phil and Michael, a.k.a. the Statler and Waldorf of ed tech, are undergoing a process that Gwyneth Paltrow calls “conscious uncoupling.” (Is it weirder that we’re referring to ourselves in the third […]
Interest in the Empirical Educator Summit (EEP) has been off the charts. We want and intend to include everybody, but only when we can include people in a way that is useful to them. So we are being intentional about the pace and ways in which we are growing. That said, we know a lot […]
Late last week, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) and Lumen Learning jointly issued a press release announcing their collaboration on an effort to integrate the Lumen-developed RISE analytical framework for curricular materials improvement analysis into the toolkit that Carnegie Mellon announced it will be contributing via open licenses (and unveiling at the Empirical Educator Project (EEP) […]
EDwhy: The answer may be 42, but what’s the question?