B. Justin Reich
If it takes a village to teach a child, let’s design systems that teach the village.
Today’s Ask a Researcher Question comes from a doctoral student in Massachusetts I am currently a doctoral student in Leadership in Schooling. I am a technology specialist in an urban public school system in Massachusetts, and I am considering doing my dissertation on iPad usage as well. I read your postings about Auburn and am […]
Here’s a question about using the Wiki Quality Instrument to measure quality in individual wiki projects: I currently have a course wiki (using wikispaces) between our preservice teachers and ninth graders in a remote secondary school. We used the wiki for a specific project, so it won’t fall under your longevity categories but I am […]
Mike Muir and I are having a productive, respectful back and forth specifically about his research concerning iPads in Kindergarten classrooms and more broadly about how practitioners should deal with educational research that uses statistical methods. I’m going to start with this reminder (which Mike has echoed in his own way): I think it’s completely […]
I’m very pleased to announce that the first report from my research project, the Distributed Collaborative Learning Communities project, is published in this month’s issue of Educational Researcher, the flagship journal of the American Educational Research Association. The article can be found through this direct link or at this landing page and is titled, “The […]
My 11.125 students read education articles each week and discuss current events for about 15 minutes. It’s a lot of time to commit to the endeavor, but I think it’s a great way, in a survey class, to let students explore their interests and to learn more about the various issues and challenges in education. […]