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Why are we educators having so much trouble mobilizing our voice in ways that are effective?

Silence

Why are we educators having so much trouble mobilizing our voice in ways that are effective?

Are we afraid to speak up?

Are we ineffective when we do speak up?

Do we need to do a better job of marketing?

Are we not taking these educational and policy changes seriously enough yet?

Do we not have a viable and compelling counternarrative?

Are we so downtrodden that we feel that any efforts we make to speak up are pointless?

Are we simply getting outspent by those with deeper pockets?

Why can’t we tell our story in ways that resonate with others? And why are most of us unwilling to even try in the first place?

Image credit: Silence, Bigstock

Techno- and edu-babble

This video is making the rounds. It seems like you ought to understand it, but it’s complete gibberish. Watch a minute or two…

How often do we techno-enthusiasts sound like this when we proselytize to less tech-savvy educators?

See also the educational jargon generator (“unleash synergistic infrastructures,” “engineer innovative convergence”). Spot on…


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