A couple of graduate students at Loyola College are blogging as they read for their Ed Tech seminar class. Interestingly, the readings are from skeptics of classroom technology: Neil Postman, Todd Oppenheimer, and Theodore Roszak. If you’re like me and would like to read some well-reasoned stuff on the skeptical side of ed tech — but don’t have the time or energy to do it — then this might be a very good blog to follow.
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