Comparing Today's Educational Technology Push to Past Movements

Posted by Zack Blois on Jul 5, 2013 10:30:00 AM
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Have you seen the recent educational technology advances and found yourself saying, "Hey, we've seen this before in the late 1990s and it didn't work, right?"

digital learning movementA recent article in The Economist notes that today's push towards blended learning, adaptive digital learning content, and technology usage in the classroom may succeed where others have failed. Check out the article linked below to learn why.

Education technology - Catching on at last (via The Economist)


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