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Calling Out the Dogma of K-12 Disruption

Nov 10, 2014

INNOVATION != DISRUPTION: Smart follow-up questions posed here by Daniel Rabuzzi from MOUSE, a nonprofit that trains underserved youth to be experts in technology, to a popular post from TeachBoost's Ben Stern: "Software Will Not 'Eat' Education." Commenting on the coming edtech "disruption," Stern dishes out astute observations such as: "We see plenty of edtech built for the Twitter community, not for the more typical American classroom. Yet, the latter is exactly where edtech is needed and can help the most."

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Calling Out the Dogma of K-12 Disruption

Nov 10, 2014

INNOVATION != DISRUPTION: Smart follow-up questions posed here by Daniel Rabuzzi from MOUSE, a nonprofit that trains underserved youth to be experts in technology, to a popular post from TeachBoost's Ben Stern: "Software Will Not 'Eat' Education." Commenting on the coming edtech "disruption," Stern dishes out astute observations such as: "We see plenty of edtech built for the Twitter community, not for the more typical American classroom. Yet, the latter is exactly where edtech is needed and can help the most."

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