Tom Whitby is a prolific K12, Higher-Ed blogger on his popular WordPress page “My Island View”. Mr. Whitby has taught K12 for 37 years and in Higher-Ed for 9 years. He is the founder of EDU PLN, a resource for Professional Learning Networks™. Tom allowed us to reprint one of his fine blogs two years ago
In my later teaching days, way back in the 70′s, our district had a computer supervisor who, when asked if computers would ever replace teachers, responded with the comment in the headline you just read above. It’s still true. Computers and all related K12 ed-tech devices are still tools. But teachers still teach. No, we don’t see
There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.
MORE ABOUT RE@L’S COMING NEW STEM SOFTWARE IN MARCH! - LISTEN TO RE@L’S “SPOKES-KID” SAM HIRA! SAM AND HIS ROBOT, 2007 SAM NOW SAM HAS BEEN AN ADVISOR TO RE@L FOR YEARS. HE ALSO HELPS US TELL
This week we are publishing two more letters from our readers on the continuing tragedy of K12 Bullying. The OnlineCollege.org infographic on the right speaks directly to these issues and is republished here courtesy of the Creative Commons License™. RE@L is appreciative of access to this critically important information to share with our readers. ===== Our
WELCOME TO “RE@L READERS RESPOND!” A NEW, REGULAR FEATURE FROM OUR READERS! ===== IMPORTANT NOTICE TO OUR READERS AND COMMENTERS We hope our RE@L Blog Readers have had time to review our most recent RE@Blogs on “CyberBullying.” Those 3, well-researched blogs recently published were a big help to young learners, teachers and parents in finding effective ways
Our last three RE@L Blogs dealt with the useful topic of how to turn CyberBullying into CyberTeaming. Thanks to Tulane University’s School of Social work, we were able to reprint their comprehensive informative content, resources and remedies on how to make K12 team-based learning more effective. Click here to read those three informative reports on CyberBullying. You may be