A couple of graduate students at Loyola College are blogging as they read for their Ed Tech seminar class. Interestingly, the readings are from skeptics of classroom technology: Neil Postman, Todd Oppenheimer, and Theodore Roszak. If you’re like me and would like to read some well-reasoned stuff on the skeptical side of ed tech — but don’t have the time or energy to do it — then this might be a very good blog to follow.
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- @busynessgirl Obviously you need both. For me I shoot for lots of learning and a zero sum for liking. 1 hour ago
- @busynessgirl It’s certainly not ideal. But again, if I had to pick one, I’d take the learning over the liking. 1 hour ago
- @busynessgirl And personally I’d rather have evidence of learning and absence of affection than the other way around. 1 hour ago
- @busynessgirl Define “afterwards”. Some people take years to warm up to a subject. 1 hour ago
- @siwelwerd Really? I was able to make it work with my SBSG setup and it’s… OK. 1 hour ago