So, back to the present, if I take all the good stuff from my online research on cheating and mash it into a paper with quotes and links, I am committing the same plagiarism as before. The truth is that plagiarism is very common, and bloggers ...
In recent weeks there have been numerous commentaries championing the benefits of Twitter for educators. I would like to take the opportunity to personally echo those sentiments based on my own experiences.
The Information Age and digital era in general have reshaped our lives, they way we do things, the way we think. Even the notion of cheating and what it means to cheat has changed. In education, academic idealism has collided with GenZ realism.
One of our favorite bloggers, Educational Technology Guy, wrote about us on Monday. David Andrade is a physics teacher, educational technology specialist, paramedic and EMS-instructor – and a blogger on the side.
I'll admit QR codes were a bit of a mystery to me until recently. I've seen the funny little codes in magazines and advertisements, and I understood that if you had an app on your phone you could scan them and get...somewhere.
Disruption doesn’t sound like a pretty word, but in the long run, it can be a beautiful thing. Disruption is about shifting power. Eroding patterns. Breaking the system. In education, this can come from the most unlikely of sources.