Tag Archives: Teacher and Technology

WHAT!!!??? No Textbooks Allowed

Without a doubt I lambasted textbooks and publishers in my last post. Many of you may be wondering, if school districts stopped buying textbooks what teachers should use to teach. To the dismay of textbook publishers, I would suggest the … Continue reading

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The Myth of Education

I’ve heard other presentations by Sir Ken Robinson, but this eleven minute video does a great job of really summarizing many ludicrous things about our current design in education. From the myth that a college degree will guarantee you a … Continue reading

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Kevin Honeycutt–I need my teachers to learn.

Wow–this video created by a colleague really knocked my socks off.  The message sort of dovetails with my last post  that addressed challenges with restructuring  schools–specifically the concern that education isn’t embracing technology in the way that the world outside … Continue reading

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