Chris Dede

Mobile Learning: Are We On the Cusp of Something Big?

Mobile Learning: Are We On the Cusp of Something Big?

| July 20, 2011 | 4 Comments

One of the most exciting things about living in the digital age is witnessing huge cultural changes occur in real time. We’re at just that point now with mobile learning. Whether it’s on an e-reader, a tablet, or a cell phone, there’s great excitement — though not a lot of research yet — around the […]

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Virtual Worlds in the Hands of Student Scientists

Virtual Worlds in the Hands of Student Scientists

| March 23, 2011 | 2 Comments

Can video games really work as a learning tool? If so, what happens to the role of the teacher in this realm? Chris Dede and his colleagues at Harvard Graduate School of Education have been working on testing these theories and have come up with fascinating results. I spoke with Dede at the Cyberlearning Tools […]

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