First English language reference that takes a critical look at the inherent, implicit biases in Western psychological theories, methods and practices. Articles (brief) online and apparently accessible via a subscription, though website details not yet available, as well as in print?
Thanks to kind listener Kevin who wrote in, this edition has both the video replay (below) and the audio podcast (attached). It's a little tricky to go from YouTube to QuickTime to iTunes to here, but it works!
Why 21st Century Learning Should Be More Like the 19th Century Inside Higher Ed (blog) My only quibble is that we didn't learn these things thanks to data and science and we definitely didn't need 21st century technology to uncover them.
Educational technology reshapes classrooms Tribune-Review Educational technology, from interactive textbook supplements to games and apps for mobile devices, is reshaping the classroom, offering a personalized approach to learning at a time when...
40 Android Apps for Teaching and Learning. A few weeks ago I invited readers to share their favorite iPad apps for the classroom, and the comments section features several good suggestions. Last week I asked readers to ...
Experts urge educational tech revolution at Mexico conference Fox News Latino Experts from Mexico and the United States meeting in this capital insisted on the need to overhaul teaching methodologies and equip educators with the technological tools...
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