EdTech itself really isn't so much about the product that we use to do the doing — it's not so much about the lumber and nails — as it is about the doing itself. You can have the best looking lumber on the street and still wind up ...
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A thought-provoking article about the real meaning of edtech. And a tone I can truly appreciate!
A couple months ago, while taking my daily scroll through the #edtech Twitter chat, one tweet got my attention. I contacted @ProfessorRitter, also known as Michael Ritter, professor of geography at the University of Wisconsin ...
Instead, sites like ours are slotted into a category called Best Blog on Educational Technology (or Best Ed Tech/Resources Blog, depending on where you look…note the slash). We're delighted to be a finalist in that ...
Most educational games for the iPad aim squarely at the kiddish crowd. But those punk whippersnappers who need to get off the lawn shouldn’t have all the fun. Adults can enjoy their own as well, including these!
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