I have been a professor of Computer Information Systems at Union County College (Cranford, Elizabeth and Plainfield NJ) since 1983. My courses change as the computer field and knowledge about how people learn grows.
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  • The American Middle Class Is Losing Ground | Pew Research Center on Jan 10, 16
  • The Great Decoupling: An Interview with Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee on Dec 15, 15
    • Compared with the Industrial Revolution, digital technologies are more likely to create winner-take-all markets
    • allowing us to overcome many limitations rapidly and to open up new frontiers with unprecedented speed.
    • ust as it took decades to improve the steam engine to the point that it could fuel the Industrial Revolution, it’s taking time to refine digital technologies. Computers and robots will keep evolving and will learn to do new things at an amazing pace. That’s why we’re at an inflection point today, at the dawn of what we call the Second Machine Age. 
    • The Great Decoupling: An Interview with Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee

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  • Zuckerberg is ploughing billions into 'personalised learning' – why? on Dec 14, 15
    • based on text and behaviour analysis
    • stealth assessment
  • From Traditional Learning Management Systems Toward Adaptive Learning Spaces - eLearning Industry on Dec 14, 15
    • The summative assessment features such as multiple-choice tests produced at the end of a course are all currently available in Learning Management Systems. However, formative assessment which is crucial for individualizing learning and intervening at the right time before a course ends is what matters for enhanced learning. It is promising to see that modern Learning Management Systems offer teachers the opportunity to evaluate their students' understanding at the right time with the right intervention plan.
    • computer programs are able to determine the students’ level of perceived difficulty of a given task and that it is possible to adapt the learning materials based on their affective state
  • Why Women Are Smarter Than Men | Dr. Travis Bradberry | LinkedIn on Dec 14, 15
    • Research conducted at the University of California, Davis, found that people who worked daily to cultivate an attitude of gratitude experienced improved mood, energy, and physical well-being.
  • Performance-Based Assessment: Reviewing the Basics | Edutopia on Dec 14, 15
    • a performance-based assessment measures students' ability to apply the skills and knowledge learned from a unit or units of study.
    • most genuine assessments require students to complete a task that closely mirrors the responsibilities of a professional, e.g., artist, engineer, laboratory technician, financial analyst, or consumer advocate.
  • The Power of 3D Printing with MakerBot in Montclair, N.J. on Dec 14, 15
    • Montclair’s Board of Education and the support of Josh S. Weston, former CEO of ADP, the Montclair School District received twenty-seven MakerBot Replicator® Desktop 3D Printers. By taking advantage of MakerBot’s Buy Two, Get One offer, eighteen new printers were purchased and nine refurbished models were donated for free.
    • By the time students go to college, they can immediately start working on projects relevant to their majors and future careers because they are already proficient in CAD design and 3D printing
    • students that go on to attend Montclair State University can walk to the business school and possibly collaborate with entrepreneurs in the MakerBot Innovation Center there.
  • Cost and Lack of Time to Attend Classes Are Biggest Barriers to Earning College Degree for Working Adults on Dec 14, 15
    • the job world is changing for both traditional and non-traditional students while barriers grow larger for those not pursuing a degre
    • 63% of employed adults who don’t have a bachelor’s degree and are not pursing one cite tuition and textbook costs as the biggest barriers, followed by 37% who say they don’t have time to pursue a degree,
    • a clear majority (90%) says consideration of pursing one would need to be on ‘their terms’ (e.g. they would choose when/where/how they take classes).

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  • New Jersey Transit departure vision on Dec 12, 15
  • A letter to our daughter on Dec 04, 15
    • We must take risks today to learn lessons for tomorrow. We're early in our learning and many things we try won't work, but we'll listen and learn and keep improving.
    • Our generation grew up in classrooms where we all learned the same things at the same pace regardless of our interests or needs.
      Your generation will set goals for what you want to become -- like an engineer, health worker, writer or community leader. You'll have technology that understands how you learn best and where you need to focus. You'll advance quickly in subjects that interest you most, and get as much help as you need in your most challenging areas. You'll explore topics that aren't even offered in schools today. Your teachers will also have better tools and data to help you achieve your goals.

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