From Christine Weiser of Tech and Learning
From Tom VanderArk - "With more than a computer for every two students, the country is beyond the halfway point in the #ShiftToDigital, a historic transition in how people learn. The problems I spotted are different than those faced five years ago reflecting a good deal of progress and some lessons learned."
A MUST READ/WATCH! My Experience Green Screening via @TimmyS54 #bpschat #edtech #stuvoice https://t.co/aF3H3oUzfv https://t.co/Kq9duff4xO
In a world where “screen time” is becoming simply “time,” our policies must evolve or become obsolete. The public needs to know that the Academy’s advice is science-driven, not based merely on the precautionary principle.
From Audrey Watters - "The OECD released a “first-of-its-kind” report earlier this week on computers and education, eliciting – as all of its PISA-related reports tend to do – precisely the responses you’d suspect: a lot of “schools are doing it wrong.”
Great Huff Post from Dean Shareski - Sadly, it seems many of our leaders have also missed out on the learning revolution that is taking place all around them. The second thing that has to change is our definition of "doing better". We should be asking how technology is changing teaching and learning. Questions like "What can this technolgy do that couldn't be done without it? Thes questions lead to fundamentally different ideas about what classrooms can and should look like.
By Phil HillMore Posts (356) Late last week I described the new plan from the US Department of Education (ED) and their Office of Educational Technology (OET) to “call for better methods for evaluating educational apps”. Essentially the ED is … Continue reading →
Amen, @patrickmlarkin! | A Quick Letter to #EdTech Salespeople http://t.co/jqucgpp1oA via @educationweek cc: @edtech_stories #edtechchat
Using the SAMR Model to Guide Learning http://t.co/QiVbOYLS35 by @ThatEdTechGuy #edtech #SAMR #ipaded http://t.co/KlGGP9qfc2
Welcome to new @educationweek blogger @patrickmlarkin writing about #edtech. Catch up on his #ISTE2015 talk here. http://t.co/c8EpCVImOT
Article from Ben Herold in Edweek - Adults seem to be the ones holding up progress in using technology to improve learning
In a forthcoming study by researcher Emily Rodgers of The Ohio State University, in Columbus, and her colleagues, 1st graders in low-performing elementary schools showed statistically significant gains in their ability to identify letters after using an iPad app called LetterWorks. Their teachers, however, expressed reluctance about continuing to use the app, in large part because they held a philosophical belief that tactile learning is important for young children.
How Grand Valley State University Made Online Teacher Training a Possibility with Swivl – A case study: http://t.co/CpRFDint5R #edtech
Click in to find related links.