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Band-aid

Band aid

 

Attaching band-aids to our current work doesn’t change much

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Doomed

Doomed

 

Until the life success of our students is more important than our own comfort levels, any change we initiate is doomed.

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Who uses computers for math drill and practice? [SLIDE]

Thought I’d make a slide out of one my favorite digital equity reports. Anyone have more recent data?

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Source:

Reich, J. (2013). Shockingly similar digital divide findings from 1998 and 2013. Available from Education Week at
www.edtechresearcher.com/2013/06/shockingly_similar_digital_divide_
findings_from_1998_and_2013

See also: Economically-disadvantaged students learn to do what the computer tells them

Dog-and-pony show [SLIDE]

Dog and pony

Dog-and-pony every day, please
(not just when someone visits)

Should students’ best learning experiences only be during formal observations?

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Factory models undermine personalization [SLIDE]

Undermining personalization

The current factory model of schooling – with its time-based, bell-curved grading system – will undermine all of our efforts to personalize education. – Tom Vander Ark (from The Shift From Cohorts to Competency)

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See also my other slides, my Pinterest collection, and the Great Quotes About Learning and Change Flickr pool.