My brother-in-law, who is a middle school science teacher, use to complain so much about how much he hated having to use e-mail to communicate with other teachers or his office that I used to call him a Luddite. He just didn’t see the need and in an era when there isn’t enough money to […]More
Many tend to think of institutions like Education as something that has always been, immutable, eternal, something that separates us from lesser creatures. This category looks at the cracks and imperfections in the institution of Education, not as some act of conjecture or sophistry but to continually look for ways to improve the process of education.
There is the promise of technology and then there are the nuts and bolts of getting the job done. I spend the majority of my working day in the latter half of that equation but have an eye toward the first part. This journal is about the gap between the promise of a technology rich […]More