EdTech Researcher’s Methods for Doubling Student Achievement Inducted into Oxford University’s Research Encyclopedia for Education

Dr. Sonny Magana’s T3 Framework for Innovation is a Moonshot For K-12 Education, providing highly reliable strategies for doubling student achievement. The best-selling Disruptive Classroom Technologies introduced the T3 Framework for Innovation, a modern pedagogical model that was shown to Continue Reading

Hey Mister Can We Have Our Ball Back?

“Come on, let’s go have some coffee and leave the kennel to Lassie.” (McCartney, 1964). In an iconic scene in the iconic move A Hard Day’s Night, the boundless youthful exuberance of The Beatles runs headlong into the wall of conformity, as epitomized Continue Reading

Education’s Moonshot: Doubling Student Achievement

When I reflect upon the arc of my education career, I can’t help but feel deep gratitude for the tremendous privilege and responsibility it has been to teach and lead K-12 students. It’s an even greater privilege and responsibility to Continue Reading

Oxford University Research Encyclopedia for Education to Publish Magana Education Findings

Research Matters  It is a tremendous privilege and responsibility to teach students. It’s an even greater privilege and responsibility to teach current and future teachers and leaders. That’s why I’ve dedicated the last 35 years of my life to discovering, Continue Reading

Education Research Matters

What is the Impact of Ed Tech on Student Achievement? We are living through a period of profound disruption in human history. It is now beyond argument that digital technologies have transformed so many aspects of how we live, work, Continue Reading

Technology Can Make A Difference: Here’s How

Wouldn’t it be great to double academic achievement with digital tools in our schools? The challenge it seems, when it comes to educational technology use in our schools, is to differentiate authentic impact evidence from hoopla. I’ve only just returned from the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2018 conference, where I was confronted with this challenge at nearly every turn.   In fact, much of the evidence-free rhetoric I Continue Reading