How to Respond to EdTech Negativity

Mar 1, 2014

SPEAKING OF HATERS: Heraclitus said, “The only constant is change.” If he were around today, he might see another constant: edtech criticism. Every offense deserves a robust defense. In GettingSmart this week, Georgia educator John Hardison challenges negative thoughts by attacking what he calls “unfounded complaints” head-on. One example: complaints like “It (#edtech) makes my job harder” can be responded to a la English/drama teacher Jodie Morgenson's Twitter method--"The only way this would be true is if you hated learning."

How to Respond to EdTech Negativity

Mar 1, 2014

SPEAKING OF HATERS: Heraclitus said, “The only constant is change.” If he were around today, he might see another constant: edtech criticism. Every offense deserves a robust defense. In GettingSmart this week, Georgia educator John Hardison challenges negative thoughts by attacking what he calls “unfounded complaints” head-on. One example: complaints like “It (#edtech) makes my job harder” can be responded to a la English/drama teacher Jodie Morgenson's Twitter method--"The only way this would be true is if you hated learning."

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