Can We Humanize Education Data?

Can We Humanize Education Data?

Jose Ferreira has quickly become one of the preeminent voices in education data innovation. Ferreira took time to discuss the role data plays in education and what advancements will excite administrators, parents and teachers. He also expands on how administrators can better evaluate adaptive products. Dr. Rod Berger: There have been turbulent waters in education and(…)

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Can Failure Change Perspective in Education?

Can Failure Change Perspective in Education?

Jessica Lahey has steadily become one of this country’s preeminent voices bridging educational experiences with parenting and the community. You have probably read her work in the New York Times and The Atlantic. We went down the hall with Lahey to discuss her new book and its place on the bookshelves of school-based leaders.  Dr.(…)

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The Real Story Behind Gaming and Education

The Real Story Behind Gaming and Education

Story Credit: Original story published on Scholastic’s “Down the Hall” with Dr. Rod Berger Mat Frenz, Partnership Development at GlassLab, has an intimate knowledge of education gaming and the conversations bubbling up in development circles and school districts.   Dr. Rod Berger: It seems that the narrative about games in education has started to become more rich and(…)

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Eric Sheninger Podcast: The Scary Side of “Status Quo” in Educational Leadership

Eric Sheninger Podcast: The Scary Side of “Status Quo” in Educational Leadership

Story Credit: This story was originally published on Scholastic District Administrator under the “Down the Hall” column by Dr. Rod Berger. “The one issue that plagues education is excuses. If education is good for one thing it’s good for making excuses not to move forward, not to innovate, not to learn. And, as a parent that would concern(…)

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