Free Technology for Teachers: How to Use PicCollage - And Five Ideas for Using It In Yo... - 2 views
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Teaching like it's 2999: The DaVinci (QR) Code: Using QR Codes to share digital student... - 4 views
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we have to see the teachers in front of us.
I want to know who broke this teacher. I want to know why. I want to understand… and I want to help her see that it doesn't have to be that way… that hurt doesn't have to be permanent… that the kids are still there, waiting for her.
And that's not going to happen with the current trends in educational policy. In fact, the current movement will engender less empathy, not more.
Political Debate In Australia - 1 views
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Despite the exponential increases in public education and access to information in the past century, the quality of political debate appears to have become increasingly unsophisticated, appealing to the lowest common denominator of understanding
In 1860 the technology was primitive but the ideas were profound and sophisticated. In 2011 technology is sophisticated but the ideas uttered by presidential aspirants are embarrassing in their banality, ignorance and naivety.
In 2006 I suggested that it might be time to actually define ''Education'', something omitted in the draft bill, and to explore its role in personal and community life, but this was rejected as too ambitious.
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