I think I've heard most of these, and I'm sure you've heard many of them too. Do you try to change people's minds....or do you just say ..."OK....whatever...." Are the myths dying....or are they still around?
The Guardian Shard builder plans world's tallest skyscraper in Saudi Arabia The Guardian Oil-rich Saudi Arabia is undertaking multi-billion dollar projects to improve its infrastructure and meet its massive housing needs, spending over $400bn...
Versu is now live and available for the iPad, and as we suspected, it's an interactive fiction platform developed by award-winning interactive fiction writer Emily Short and acclaimed game AI programmer Richard Evans, whose company Linden Lab...
Around the middle of last year I featured a post on this blog titled Literacy: Freedom of Choice can be complicated..., in which I demonstrated some of the tools and applications I was experimenting with to foster more in the...
Teaching Ahead of the Curve: Creating Connected Classrooms on Educational Technology, E-Learning & Pedagogy curated by Tim Scholze (RT @scholzet: Teaching Ahead of the Curve: Creating Connected Classrooms | @scoopit via @AnaCristinaPrts
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