Today's Newsletter: Rethinking Education

12/19/2013 12:00:00 AM
I will admit that it’s not often I agree with the point of view expressed on the National Review’s website but this recent piece written by authors Frederick M. Hess & Bror Saxberg held some very strong arguments. Here’s the nut: “None of this will happen just by giving out iPads or mouthing platitudes about ‘flipped classrooms’… First, new tools should inspire a rethinking of what teachers, students, and schools do, and how they do it.” I just added their book  to my Amazon Xmas wish list if anyone is interested. Speaking of which, I will take this time to wish you readers the happiest of new years from the editors of Tech&Learning!- Kevin Hogan
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