The invention of fire and the wheel – nice. But from the first cave paintings to the beginnings of logographs, and then of course the alphabet, human achievement has been tied closely with how we put our thoughts across. Come to think of it, we are still learning how to communicate. Twitter and Facebook are…
"Google Classroom is still a few weeks away from its full-scale rollout, but some teachers already have their hands on the work in progress.""What do teachers have to say about Google’s latest app?"
"Any pedagogical decision about methods is best made by looking at what goals imply (as opposed to what the teacher merely feels comfortable doing). In other words, if the lecture is a means, then toward what end(s)? And given any proposed rationale based on the logic, we would next consider: how effective is the method when contrasted with other methods?"
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