From Larry Cuban "claims from technological enthusiasts that “progress” means classroom teachers will be obsolete in the 21st century are, at best, premature, or, at worst, mindless."
An interesting look at Stanford's ideas for changing undergraduate ed.
Not sure I agree with this. How about learners deciding which works best for them?
From NPR - Ever wonder why children can so easily figure out how to work the TV remote? Or why they "totally get" apps on your smartphone faster than you? It turns out that young children may be more open-minded than adults when it comes to solving problems.
Learning through play with “hands-on, minds-on” approaches (not workbooks) is a powerful way forward. Play gives children space to dream, discover, improvise, and challenge convention. It’s crucial to social, emotional, cognitive and even physical development, helping them grow up “better adjusted, smarter and less stressed.” We know this.
Great TED Talk from the Director of the United States Office of Educational Technology.
How Albemarle (VA) is re-defining professional development and making teachers the "makers" of their own learning
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