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- How can we make progress in terms of student success at the college level? NGLC’s Nancy Millichap says it starts with rethinking remedial courses and instruction.
- Big conversations are taking place around K-12 assessment and accountability—and NGLC has launched a grant competition (application deadline is 12/10) to support schools.
- Colleges and universities continue to be under great pressure to change, especially with respect to teaching and learning. EDUCAUSE has answered the call for skilled academic leadership by launching the Leading Academic Transformation community of practice.
- The rapid pace of personalized learning adoption has been challenging for those in the K-12 space; NGLC’s Stefanie Blouin explores PL technologies and platforms in a post featuring attendee commentary from NGLC’s iNACOL Symposium session.
- Explore the latest edtech trends in higher education in this sneak peek at New Media Consortium’s 2016 Horizon Report.
- Is next gen learning ‘an experiment on other people’s children?’ NGLC’s Kristen Vogt and Holly Morris share perspectives on learning and equity by thinking deeply about the schools they want for their own children.
- Online learning has entered a new stage of maturity: one that has given rise to rigorous studies on both effective course and institutional practices. Now, the National Research Center for Distance Education and Technology Advancements (DETA) at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee is conducting research across a variety of institutions.
- Harvard’s Graduate School of Education recently released a white paper on how to support quality teaching; read the post and understand why R&D, social learning and the broader ecosystem are the three problems facing the teaching profession.