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    Archive for the ‘21st Century Education’ Category

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    Educational technology as the SkyMall catalog

    If you’re like me, when you travel by air, you invariably pick up and read through the Skymall catalog with great interest. I find it fascinating. Mostly, though, I find myself repeatedly thinking and/or saying, “What problem does that solve?” In other words, for most of the products I see in that catalog, I cannot […]

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    The Logic of “Our” Arguments

    Those with whom I network for learning purposes through Twitter, blogs, Nings, etc. are largely members of an amorphous educational technology community.  That community is fond of throwing around terms like “change” and “reform” connected to schools or education and most often the “change” or “reform” is largely related to advances in technology. The gist […]

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    The Politics of Education: Charter Schools

    You couldn’t expect a guy with a doctorate in the politics of education to let the education portion of Wednesday night’s presidential debate go unchecked, could you? Apparently, both candidates support charter schools.  No surprise from McCain; the Republican party tends to support most forms of school choice (that’s a gross generalization, but I’ll live […]

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    K12 Online Conference 2008

    No point in re-creating the wheel, so I’ve copied the e-mail I sent to my faculty colleagues below (he only difference is that I embedded my teaser video into this post instead of just providing a link): *** Dearest colleagues, If I told you that there is an extraordinary educational conference that you can attend […]

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    You say you want a revolution? (take two)

    On April 16 of this year, I wrote a post entitled “You say you want a revolution?”  In it, I wrote of true visions of the future of education, with particular reference to writing by Dale Mann and a white paper by Roger Schank and Kemi Jona.  I often ask my students to read the […]

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