New Report Shares Personalized Learning Guidance

“A new report, “Technology-Enabled Personalized Learning Summit: Findings & Recommendations to Accelerate Implementation,” is a 32-page cookbook for using technology to personalize education. The recipes are based on what was shared at a 2014 summit hosted by North Carolina State University’s Friday Institute for Educational Innovation. Among the essential ingredients: the right usage of data, content and curriculum, research and development, human capacity and technology architecture.”

Should students have access to Google during exams?

Well, we are in this exciting exam period at NU! Should students have access to Google during exams? Mark Dawe, chief executive of the Oxford, Cambridge, and RSA exam board, suggested they should. The suggestion has sparked debate. In this article, two experts weigh the pros and cons of the proposed change. The Guardian has more details. What’s your opinion?