edWeb.net and Digital Promise are working together to help all stakeholders in education—educators, researchers, and product/service providers—move forward faster with new tools and technologies, but also to ensure that there is solid evidence to support these innovations.
Dan explained his newest site, Problem-Attic, as a repository of questions that allows educators to personalize the database for their teaching needs. The site can be used by educators beyond traditional assessment, for purposes that include warm-ups, tutoring, review worksheets, homework, group projects, and discussion. Problem-Attic also makes it possible for educators to make questions available outside of class, thus extending the reach of the database.
On this month’s interview on Education Talk Radio, hosted by edweb.net, Karen Collias, founder of Knowledge without Borders, shared some insight on how online learning communities can be used to expand the knowledge base of educators, worldwide. Karen has broad and extensive experience in the field of education, including a PhD from Columbia University, global education experience in Russia, work experience with the Smithsonian Science Center, educational consulting positions and… read more →