Opinion or editorial blog entries from members and other scholars

Opinion or editorial blog entries from members and other scholars

What matters to students in digital learning contexts?

By Maria Hvid Stenalt A key objective when interweaving digital technology into higher education...

the eSports revolution is here … what might it mean for education?

Ruth Jeanes, Michael Phillips & Neil Selwyn This post is republished from the AARE Edu Research Matters blog.

DER’s response to proposed changes in the Victorian EAL Curriculum

This response was prepared by Dr. Katrina Tour @katrina_tour on behalf of the Digital Education Research (DER) group @ Monash -...

Mythbusters: “digital natives” is a zombie idea

This is the script of my short segment for the “mythbusters” episode of Meet the Education Researcher. A brief rant about “digital...

Mechanical induction and heuristics in AI: upon opening the black box and finding it...

This post, published to coincide with the launch of the Monash Data Futures Institute, is part of a series on AI...

Through the technological looking glass: Connecting primary school students to opera

Dr Renee Crawford - Senior Lecturer, Music Education. Faculty of Education. Monash University. Introducing school...

What if I could predict your future from the colour of your shoes?

From Janine Arantes This post is part of a short series based on a a day-long symposium on...

Early years online … the rise of ‘virtual pre-school’

Recent controversy over virtual pre-school provision raises broader questions over what priorities and values are driving our education systems.

Julian Sefton-Green: this changes everything! What does “the digital” mean for the purposes and...

By Julian Sefton-Green February 2019 saw DER host a day-long symposium on ‘digital education futures’.  A number of ideas...

Datafication and education: some thoughts from the crowd

February 2019 saw DER host a day-long symposium on ‘digital education futures’. The day ended with a 60 minute ‘feed forward’ session, where participants...