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Research does not become dated

The Atlantic recently included an article criticizing the educational version of personalization promoted and supported by Mark and Chan Zuckerberg because it reliesĀ on dated research. And for good reason: The results from the 1984 study underlying it have essentially never … Continue reading

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Proficiency Based Learning

Old guys can become cynical. Like, when they encounter some great new idea and it seems pretty much the same thing they encountered thirty years ago. Proficiency based learning – sounds very much like mastery learning from the late 1960s-1970s. … Continue reading

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