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Collaborative education featuring peer-to-peer learning will become a bigger reality and will challenge the lecture format | Pew Internet & American Life Project
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Khan Academy and its free online educational videos are moving into the classroom and across the world. Their goal: to revolutionize how we teach and learn.
Press Release issued Apr 11, 2013: Advances in educational technology have allowed universities worldwide to create dynamic online learning environments containing an engaging mix of streaming video lectures, podcasts, webcasts, interactive...
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As free online courses draw students to star professors at prestigious colleges, Peer 2 Peer University asks whether instructors are needed at all.
Faculty at several colleges have pushed back against online teaching collaborations with outside vendors, saying they want to use technology on their own terms.
There are more learner interactivity options available than multiple–choice questions and ‘drag and drop’ responses, says Bob Little.
Educators are harnessing online materials to meet the toughest challenges in higher education: giving more students access to college, and helping them graduate on time.
The fact that TED, Bill Gates, and the media love Khan Academy shows the failure of education. Khan Academy looks great because our country has reduced teaching and learning to preparing students t...
The CBC's Paul Hunter visits with Sal Khan, whose whimsical yet effective educational videos on YouTube have sparked what some are calling a teaching revolution.
These experts and organizations can be valuable resources for keeping up with the latest developments in education technology.