By Justin Reich The Someday/Monday dichotomy captures one of the core challenges in teacher professional development around education technology. One the one
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It is not about the machine, but the pedagogy . This article discusses the way we as teachers need to adapt to get full benefits of learning for our students embracing the potential of all tablets can allow us to do.
Attended this conference as well. It had many great presenters and topics. The message that came across loud and clear? It is about putting learning and the creation of knowledge into the hands of our students.
You never know how someone will react when you suggest that they junk their title and replace it with a new one that leads to a different focus of work—not to mention the confusion this could cause across the faculty, or the possible political...
We are in the process of evaluating options. Interestingly, I have found out quite a bit of information from hearing people talked about what they learned. I love the idea of sharing experiences so we can all benefit.
Cell phones and the Internet are powerful vehicles. Yet parents give kids cell phones like they are the latest gadget, ignoring what can happen if a child makes a childish mistake. They can be scarred for life.