As Abraham Maslow (The Psychology of Science, 1966) stated: "I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail." When our children come to us for learning, rather than hammer them all, we've got to find the appropriate tools for each individual, thus offering … Continue reading How to Nail Blended Learning
In short, I was using the technology (so 20th century), but I failed miserably at infusing it (21st century). If we are all honest with ourselves, what would we say about tech in our classrooms? Is it enhancing the quality of student learning outcomes, or does it appease the masses who pass by and see the technology in use and assume that we're getting the job done?