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Digital Promise Chief Learning Officer (CLO)

Digital Promise seeks a Chief Learning Officer (CLO), a senior leader responsible for providing policy, curriculum, professional development and coaching expertise and leadership across Digital Promise. The CLO will oversee several Digital Promise initiatives that work directly with school and site level educators. These include our engaged learning streams of work such as maker learning, […]

Strategic Planning Summit on Digital Equity

March 5-6, 2018, National Education Association Headquarters, Washington, DC Join thought leaders for an intensive working session to craft a national strategic plan to close the digital divide for America’s low-income learners of all ages, in support of educational and economic opportunity. Learn more and register Note: Space is limited, so participation is limited to […]

Call for Papers: Situating Data Science

A Special Issue of Journal of the Learning Sciences Guest Editors: Michelle Wilkerson and Joseph L. Polman This special issue of Journal of the Learning Sciences (JLS) will explore one key feature of Data Science that we argue has serious implications for education and research: learners’ relationships to data. See the Call for Papers Abstracts […]

Webinar: The Fundamentally Emotional Nature of Learning

Wednesday, February 28 5-6 pm ET In this edWebinar, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, EdD, Professor of Psychology, Rossier School of Education, University of Southern California; and Vic Vuchic, Chief Innovation Officer, Digital Promise Global, will explore how emotion is fundamentally tied to student Learn more and register (free) This session will be of interest to PreK […]

Call for Papers: Maker-centered Science and Mathematics Education

Call for Papers: Maker-centered Science and Mathematics Education: Learning, Teaching and Environment Design. Special issue of the International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education (IJSME). See the Call for Papers (PDF) The topic of this special issue if IJSME aims to investigate the significance and value of the maker movement to science and mathematics education. […]

NSF S&CC Solicitation

The Smart and Connected Communities (S&CC) program solicitation has been revised for the FY 2018 competition. We hope researchers in the cyberlearning community will respond! See the Smart and Connected Communities (S&CC) Solicitation The goal of the NSF Smart and Connected Communities (S&CC) program solicitation is to accelerate the creation of the scientific and engineering […]

NSF CSforAll:RPP

CSforAll + Research-Practice Partnerships Workshop February 5-6, Los Angeles (co-hosted by UCLA) – registration closed March 1-2, Chicago (co-hosted by Northwestern) – registration closes February 9 Space is limited! Register now for the March workshop – registration closes February 9. Back by popular demand! Thinking about forming a research-practice partnership (RPP)? Interested in submitting a […]

Call For Papers: Technology for Equity and Social Justice in Education

This Special Issue of the International Journal of Multicultural Education (IJME) highlights the power of technology to enhance both educational achievement and social justice for diverse learners including culturally and linguistically diverse students, refugees, those attending school in an additional language, those in need of special education services, as well as anyone traditionally marginalized in […]

CAP: Advancing Technology and Practice for Learning Reading and Writing Skills in Secondary Science Education

7/01/2016-6/30/2018 PI: Rebecca Passonneau Pennsylvania State Univ University Park Award Details The proposed workshop brings together researchers and educators to discuss how to advance technology and practice to better promote secondary school science literacy. There is a clear need for new directions in science literacy. Over the past decade, the National Center for Education Statistics […]