Engagements Blog Series: Part II — Implementation and access and/or for what and transformation

Noel Enyedy & Jamie Gravell Editor In Chief & Editorial Assistant, Cognition & Instruction Recently two of the premiere journals for the Learning Sciences published editorials that call for our field to deeply consider aligning our research with societal needs. The publication of two editorials on the same topic, written concurrently but without coordination, presents an opportunity to have a public discussion about the direction that our field is headed and different visions for where it should be headed.  The intent of this blog series is to begin that conversation. Read introduction to blog series here. Here is a representative quote Read More …

Engagements Blog Series: Part I – An Opportunity for Discussion and Reflection

Noel Enyedy & Jamie Gravell Editor In Chief & Editorial Assistant, Cognition & Instruction Recently two of the premiere journals for the Learning Sciences published editorials that call for our field to deeply consider aligning our research with societal needs. The publication of two editorials on the same topic, written concurrently but without coordination, presents an opportunity to have a public discussion about the direction that our field is headed and different visions for where it should be headed.  The intent of this blog series is to begin that conversation. The editorial in the Journal of the Learning Sciences asks us Read More …

Engagement: Articulating the “how,” the “for what,” the “for whom,” and the “with whom” in concert: A call to broaden the benchmarks of our scholarship

*This piece is accepted for publication in 36(2) edition of Cognition and Instruction and will be linked to that web version once it has completed publisher copy editing. For information on the Engagement section of the journal see Editor Noel Enyedy’s introduction. Please feel free to engage in discussion below in the comment section. Articulating the “how,” the “for what,” the “for whom,” and the “with whom” in concert: A call to broaden the benchmarks of our scholarship Thomas M. Philip, Megan Bang, & Kara Jackson Cognition and Instruction has developed a well-deserved reputation for publishing empirically-grounded scholarship that makes rich theoretical Read More …