EdTechTeacher Co-Founder wrote Search People, Not the Internet on his EdWeek blog – EdTechResearcher – shortly after the EdTechTeacher iPad Summit in November. In this post, he elaborates on a quote by EdTechTeacher’s Greg Kulowiec: “Search people, not the Internet.” Justin continues…
EdTechTeacher Co-Founder, Justin Reich, wrote this great post as a prelude to this week’s EdTechTeacher iPad Summit on his blog at Education Week, EdTechResearcher. If you Meet an iPad on the Way, Smash It There is a famous Zen koan (a verbal,…
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In our summer workshops, when we mention Twitter, we typically get one of two reactions: I have no idea how to Tweet! Twitter is the best thing ever! While there is occasionally some trepidation about jumping into social media, a…
EdTechTeacher Directors, Tom Daccord and Justin Reich, led a summer workshop last week focused on Teaching Technology to Teachers. Justin wrote the post below on EdTechResearcher with his reflections on technology integration and technology professional development. “I used to think that…
In October 2007, Professor Michael Wesch from Kansas State University published the video below titled A Vision of Students Today. Last week at ISTE, in discussing the future of learning, Justin Reich wrote Battling over the Meaning of “Personalization”. “Personalization”…