Month: March 2015

The three critical factors for education-innovation success: context, context and context

Life can be hard if you are an education innovator. On the one hand, there is the excitement of seeing amazing innovations and innovators breaking new ground; on the other, are the myriads of examples of the seemingly compelling initiatives that failed when translating from paper to real impact. From classrooms-of-the-future, personalized learning to MOOCs, …

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