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Sagan standard - Wikipedia
"extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence"
research  evidence  impact  evaluation 
7 weeks ago by WBedutech
china study
(most useful as a representative of such studies)
china  impact  evaluation  research 
february 2018 by WBedutech
The effects of integrating mobile devices with teaching and learning on students' learning performance: A meta-analysis and research synthesis - ScienceDirect
Cristobal says: "Using mobile devices in informal learning environments is more effective than in classes " Recalls MX anecdote where portal use spikes AFTER school lets out
mobilelearning  mobilephones  impact  evaluation  research  informal 
january 2018 by WBedutech
Study of Education Technology Finds Mixed Results -- THE Journal
"If you're trying to hunt down research to justify the use of technology in the classroom or argue against it, a working paper may provide you with information you need." :-)
jpal  impact  evaluation  research 
october 2017 by WBedutech
Education Technology: An Evidence-Based Review
The J-PAL study, was previewed at an MIT conference in spring 2017.
jpal  RCTs  impact  evaluation  research 
september 2017 by WBedutech
Warren Buffett quote: What the human being is best at doing is interpreting...
What the human being is best at doing is interpreting all new information so that their prior conclusions remain intact
research  evidence  assessment  impact  bias 
august 2017 by WBedutech
David Dwyer | USC
10 years directing the Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow Project in the research wing of Apple Computer
apple  acot  research 
august 2017 by WBedutech
Has the Game Really Changed? Notes From the 2017 Games for Change Festival | EdSurge News
quote: “Games on the market have almost no relationship with research. And research have almost no relationship with games on the market,” -- including are links to 10 'must read' research papers
videogames  gaming  gamesforchange  research 
august 2017 by WBedutech
Guidelines for Conducting and Reporting EdTech Impact Research in U.S. K-12 Schools
Guidelines for Conducting and Reporting EdTech Impact Research in U.S. K-12 Schools
impact  evaluation  research  ethics 
august 2017 by WBedutech
Noah Smith on Twitter: "1/A quick thread about reporting on non-peer-reviewed research papers. You'll note that I do this all the time."
(I like that the IDB OLPC working paper just came out in a journal ... five years after the working paper appeared!)
impact  evidence  research  evaluation  peerreview 
june 2017 by WBedutech
Technology and Child Development: Evidence from the One Laptop per Child Program
wow, it takes a LONG time for journal articles to appear (this paper was basically written five years ago)
olpc  impact  evaluation  research 
june 2017 by WBedutech
Effects of classrooms’ architecture on academic performance in view of telic versus paratelic motivation: a review
For all of the talk about personalized learning, this personalization is often virtual -- teachers and learners tend (more or less) to continue to inhabit the same communal spaces
architecture  impact  research 
june 2017 by WBedutech
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