Monthly Archives: September 2011

Where Do I Begin?

As a seasoned educator, and one not born into a digital age, like most of my students, I find that I am pushing myself to learn the ins and outs of posting assignments, curricula, and managing digital grade books. I’m … Continue reading

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Disrupting Class: Student-Centric Education Is the Future by C.M. Christensen and M.B. Horn Reflection

Disrupting Class: Student-Centric Education Is the Future by Christensen and Horn applies the disruptive-innovation theory to education.  The authors contend that, historically, schools have followed a pattern of adding innovation into an existing model.  They also contend that in order … Continue reading

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Response to “Words Without Walls: Learning Well with Others” by Will Richardson

Will Richardson, in my opinion, gave a concise “state of affairs” in terms of the roles of technology and teachers in his article, “Words Without Walls:  Learning Well with Others”.  I took away four important ideas.  First, in the face … Continue reading

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