Researcher Larry Cuban Goes Inside Summit Public Schools in Multi-Part...

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Researcher Larry Cuban Goes Inside Summit Public Schools in Multi-Part Series

Mar 29, 2016

A PEEK INSIDE: A month ago, Stanford professor emeritus and self-proclaimed tech "skeptic" Larry Cuban told EdSurge that he was shifting his focus from "disappointments and failures in use of new technology to best cases of such use in districts and classrooms." The first stop on his list, according to his recent blogposts? Summit Public Schools in California.

Featured in the media from EdSurge to EdWeek, Summit is no stranger to visitors—but for his blog, Cuban isn't just recounting one visit or talking to administrators. He has dedicated a multi-part series (starting with Part 1, currently up to Part 5 as of March 29) to exploring how Summit teachers integrate technology into their various practices and subject areas. The most recent post delves into how Summit Rainier teacher Katie Goddard utilizes Summit's Personalized Learning Plan and physical movement in her World Studies class.

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