by Sara Hennessy, Neil Mercer & Paul Warwick
This article describes the innovative methodology underpinning a collaboration between university researchers and teachers working together to analyze and develop theory and practice concerning classroom dialogue in the context of technology use. Implications for wider use and adaptation of our coinquiry process and the substantive outcomes are also discussed.
by Katie Davis
In this article, the author uses the qualitative method of portraiture to explore the tension between the promises and perils associated with digital media in the context of one college student’s daily experiences. The author considers the developmental and social implications of growing up in a digital era, as well as opportunities for educational intervention.
This week, Stuart Rojstaczer discusses his co-authored paper, Where A Is Ordinary: The Evolution of American College and University Grading, 1940–2009. Watch and discuss all episodes of The Voice on Vialogues.
by Robert Slater
High-stakes tests and testing policies are now being reinforced with value-added teacher assessment. But gains in tests scores from one year to the next are not the only value that teachers add. Forty years of data from the National Opinion Research Center suggests that teachers' own values may help stabilize our increasingly unsteady democracy.
by Gary Natriello
The editors of the Teachers College Record are pleased to announce the NSSE Yearbooks for 2013.