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Contents contributed and discussions participated by Don Lourcey

Don Lourcey

Education Week: Filtering Fixes - 0 views

  • So what teachers and students in Trussville, Ala., are doing on the Internet might be considered illicit activity in other districts across the country. Lessons in the 4,100-student district near Birmingham include YouTube videos and film trailers, Internet chats with peers in Nigeria or award-winning children’s authors, even blogging sessions and Web research on open search engines such as Google.
  • Attempting to use online social-networking tools, read blogs, or see multimedia presentations on a classroom computer can generate a message that’s become all too familiar in many American schools: Access Denied.
Don Lourcey

Please Turn on Your Cell Phone - 0 views

  • The bottom line is cell phones are the most affordable, accessible way to provide access to technology and narrow the digital divide.
    "Finding ways to use cell phones to deliver lesson plans to students would improve education and meet federal guidelines."
Don Lourcey

As Classrooms Go Digital, Textbooks May Become History - 0 views

    Disruptive Innovation
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