Some surprises emerge from a research article studying student preferences in a hyflex-designed large general education course.
Here's my simple solution to the problem of collecting student work in an online setting that would normally be done by hand.
Here's where I have landed in terms of my tool set for GTD: the tactical and the strategic.
In part 3 of my GTD reboot series, we look at GTD software applications and how I choose them.
A recent Forbes article calls for replacing Algebra 2 with computational thinking. What's good about that idea and what needs more careful thought?