From Now On
The Educational Technology Journal

 Vol 12|No6|February|2003

Practicing What We Preach

Educational Technology Workshops for Teachers Should Implement Best Classroom Practices

by Gayle Kolodny Cole
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The Simple Truth

By Jamie McKenzie
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Sometimes the simple truth may not be the truth at all. Our students learn about their world through a streaming flow of sound bites and mind bytes that compress reality in ways that may distort while simplifying. Simple truth has been the stock in trade of charlatans and demagogues for decades, but the challenge of detecting simple truths may have grown more difficult because of the changing technologies and styles of broadcast journalism.

The February Cartoon
Egg on My Face

Wireless computers in university and school classrooms are creating some amusing new forms of communicating.

FNO Press Launches Web Site Critical of NCLB

Concerned that NCLB puts too much emphasis on testing and not enough on capacity building and funding, FNO Press has launched a new journal, "No Child Left" and a Web site, to urge repeal or drastic amendment of NCLB. You can subscribe for free to the monthly journal.

An important new book from Australia with a focus on problem-based learning, questioning and literacies.

Credits: The photographs were shot by Jamie McKenzie.
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