Month: February 2015

‘Our Common Core’

What if we trusted students as a default and dealt with transgressions when and if they come up? What if we gave them web-accessible devices without filters but taught them common sense...

Category: Educational Practice

The Reader in Digital Humanities

The Reader in Paradise Lost DIgital Humanities When Stanley Fish wrote his magnificent treatise on the role of the reader in John Milton’s epic Paradise Lost, he was making an argument that the real fallen...

Category: Equity

Taking a Leap of Faith

In my previous DML blog, “Striving for New Ways to Learn How to Learn,” I wrote about co-learning as the heart of the connected learning experience. We have heard quite a bit...

Category: Connected Learning