The Carnival of Education #177 has arrived and my article, "How to Find a Job in Education that You Love" is featured.
What's a word for both grateful and frustrated?
As I commented on Dangerously Irrelevant's blog, we need to respect those who do not share our tech enthusiasm, yet keep the battle waged.
Supporting computer literacy should not be conditional. Joanne Jacobs challenges in her recent article, "Computers Don't Boost Poor Kids' Grades," that computers in many homes are only used to games and not for literacy. I say, it's a start.
Don't just take the first job handed to you. Here's a step-by-step guide in finding a job in education on your terms.
I comment on the Education Week's article, Busywork 101.
Is the Internet as we know it really coming to an end in 2012? Well, not if Google and the porn industry have anything to say about it.
McCain and Clinton don't mention Ed Tech in their educational policies. Obama merely mentions it in relations to Maths and Sciences. But Ed Tech is not the elite. It is the Home Ec and Shop classes for this generation.
Here you will find more information about me and my upcoming conference sessions at the CCHE and FETC/CUE conferences
I met Ted Lai at CUE this year. What a great guy.
This is a first in a series of articles about those points that make Teaching so awesome.
K-12 Student-Friendly websites for safe research online
Education needs to reach beyond those within education for ideas on how to solve its problems. Maybe the X Prize Foundation can figure it out.
With the passing of the nutrition laws in education, fundraising education now falls on the shoulders of the teachers. Maybe districts need to figure out how to fund their programs instead.