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Emulating the style of a famous report published 30 years ago called A Nation at Risk, Yong Zhao urges us to stop tweaking education and overhaul it. “History is not kind to idlers” (National Commission on Excellence in Education, 1983, p.1). It is even crueler to reckless reformers who keep fiddling with the past to… Continue reading Must Read Monday: A World At-Risk
Facebook. Twitter. Texting. They're on the tip of every educator's tongue, often because they are seen as impediments to classroom learning. We've heard it all -- technology can be blamed for everything from shortened attention spans to poor spelling and grammar to a culture of instant gratification and isolation. However, we're also reading the research… Continue reading Trending: Technology, for Good or Evil