Is Edtech Producing "Thin" Results in the Classroom?

Apr 23, 2015

TRUE OR FALSE: A few weeks ago, education journalist Peg Tyre wrote a tough review of edtech (specifically iPads), pointing out research qualifying the effects of K-12 blended-learning as thin, and noting that technology is only as effective as the teachers who use it. 4.0 Schools Matt Candler and Stanford’s Larry Cuban jumped into the discussion: Candler sharing the progress of tech-rich schools such as Bricolage Academy in NOLA. Cuban charges that Candler is wearing rose-colored glasses by skipping over deep-seated issues of urban schooling.

Is Edtech Producing "Thin" Results in the Classroom?

Apr 23, 2015

TRUE OR FALSE: A few weeks ago, education journalist Peg Tyre wrote a tough review of edtech (specifically iPads), pointing out research qualifying the effects of K-12 blended-learning as thin, and noting that technology is only as effective as the teachers who use it. 4.0 Schools Matt Candler and Stanford’s Larry Cuban jumped into the discussion: Candler sharing the progress of tech-rich schools such as Bricolage Academy in NOLA. Cuban charges that Candler is wearing rose-colored glasses by skipping over deep-seated issues of urban schooling.

Next In

Next in

STAY UP TO DATE ON EDTECH
News, research, and opportunities - sent weekly.
STAY UP TO DATE ON EDTECH
News, research, and opportunities - sent weekly.