Does Tech ACTUALLY Help In Primary Schools?
New year, new headline. Well... old headline with a new yarn. This time it's a story from the ABC, talking about the divisive contentiousness of BYOD programs in Victorian primary schools. Technical struggles, amplified inequity, [...]
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Admiring the Problem: Talking to two different sides of an educator.
We've been developing a program called Future Learning at work in some form over the last 3 years, and in its current incarnation for the last six months or so. It's grown from a series of [...]
On self-righteous panic about “screen time.”
I saw an article shared on social media recently that got my back up. You know the kind. Technology-blaming, pretending it's ok to keep it at arm's length & to have no active hand in [...]
So you’re about to teach 1:1?
Kicking off with a 1:1 class this year? Love the idea of 1:1 and want to build up to it? Realising that 1:1 is coming (or arguably, already here whether it's official or not) so it's [...]
There are a lot of things I hear about technology in learning that get followed by sagely head-nodding and repetition, and are never questioned. This is sad, because most of those things are either near-sighted, [...]