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What Part Does Technology Have to Play in the Future of Education? (Part III)

This blog post is the third in a series concerning technology in education stemming from the Jean Piaget Society Conference I attended in June. The theme of this year’s conference was “Technology and Human Development.” It provided a venue to discuss technology through a variety of different academic disciplines and research frames of reference all… Continue Reading

You Can and Do Make a Difference

If you were asked to describe the best professional learning experience you have ever had, what would you say? Would you say it fit your needs perfectly? Would you say you were provided with individualized considerations? Would you say you were able to take the experience and share it with your colleagues? Would you say… Continue Reading

Jelly Bean Math

As I watched my children play at the park one day this summer, my attention quickly focused on a small voice saying, “one, two, three, four, five…” I looked over and observed a game of hide-and-seek in progress. Even my youngest is self-­motivated to recite the number sequence more accurately when she is playing. This,… Continue Reading

I Wonder

As I write this blog on a hot, sultry day in July, I can’t help but wonder what my friends in education are doing during their final days of summer vacation. Are they relaxing by a pool? Are they at the beach? Are they vacationing somewhere in the United States or abroad? Are they attending… Continue Reading

What Part Does Technology Have to Play in the Future of Education? (Part II)

I have been exploring the idea of technology in education since attending the Jean Piaget Society (JPS) Conference in San Francisco in early June. The theme for the 2017 conference was Technology and Human Development. In my last blog post, I reflected on the increasing rate of change in technology and how that exponential change… Continue Reading