EdTechResearcher is my personal blog, hosted on Education Week, that seeks to build bridges between researchers and educators working in schools and informal settings. I share research findings, ask questions, celebrate great educators, wrestle with policy dilemmas, and engage colleagues in dialogue. It was originally hosted on this site (the archives for the first few months are here), but in April of 2012 it moved to Education Week. I receive no compensation for my writing, and I experience no editorial guidance or control. In summer of 2015, Beth Holland from EdTechTeacher joined me as co-author of the blog.
After my first year blogging, I wrote a reflection, What I Learned in 100 Posts, about what I attempted and what I learned. Here are some additional representative posts: