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Smarter Tech to Smooth the Path to College
How personalized texting (from a virtual counselor) can efficiently reduce summer melt.
Resources and support for teachers who want to promote computational literacy in their classrooms.
How to Thrive in the 21st Century
Educating a new generation of global citizens prepared to create, collaborate, and navigate the world’s complexities.
After the Election, What Now?
For a polarized nation, where media streams reinforce the divide, a prescription for bridge-building.
The Digital Bridge
A model for how online education can increase access to higher education.
Developing a Digital Voice
Teenaged leaders on the opportunities and challenges posed by digital media.
What Counts as Civic Participation?
Technology is changing the way young people understand their impact and engage with the world.
The Great Education Equalizer?
New study shows MOOCs have not yet fulfilled their promise as a force for equity.
Getting Up Close
Augmented reality leads to a deeper understanding of ecosystem science — and forecasts the future of STEM learning.
Tips for educators on sharing student data with families.
Tipping the Scales
An interactive game shows how community choices can build resilience in the face of hardship.
Brain Science, Inside Out
A Hollywood primer on emotions, feelings, and behavior — with teachable moments for educators and parents.
Mindfulness and Screen Time
Writing new terms of engagement for how we approach our connected lives.
How teens help each other navigate online stress and abuse.
Assistant Professor Karen Brennan shares expert tips for out-of-school computing fun.
Can Tablets Transform Teaching?
The case for connecting technology adoption with learning goals.
The Power of MOOCs
Harvard and MIT researchers take a look at the reach and realm of massive open online courses.
A new resource guide on how to launch Scratch Educator Meetups in your community.
Better Not Say
How young people quiet their online expressions of civic engagement over time.
Apps to Fill the Hours
With school vacation week approaching, a guide for families to make the best use of their digital time.
A New Lens on Teaching
Can teacher-controlled video cameras transform the classroom observation process?
Virtual Reality, Real Science
Virtual ecosystems and technology-enhanced curricula can build a deeper scientific literacy in middle-schoolers.
Helping young people confront the ethical dilemmas of the online world.
Learning by Making
HGSE's Agency by Design, housed at Project Zero, is fostering maker-centered learning initiatives that empower students and teachers alike.
Assistant Professor Karen Brennan shares five tips from kids on how teachers can push through the challenges of coding.
Adventures in Programming
A new guide to creative computing from Assistant Professor Karen Brennan empowers teachers and students.
Augmented Reality Technology Brings Learning to Life
A study looks at the power of technology to recapture the attention of middle and high school students.
The Importance of Universal Design for Learning
Eliminating barriers in the design of the learning environment to make curriculum accessible for all.
Connections, Consequences, and Understanding
Encouraging teachers and students to approach science from a broader perspective.
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