Share Paper: Transforming Educational Technology

  1. Matthew Kruger-Ross, North Carolina State University, United States
  2. Frederik Kruger-Ross, Boise State University, United States
Monday, March 5 10:15 AM-11:15 AM William Barton

Abstract: Amidst the already, always persistent drone of curriculum standardization and high-stakes testing there is emerging a conversation that gets at the heart of what matters in education. Educational technology, while not the sole perpetrator, is absolutely one of the perpetrators in this conversation. Students can now access any information that they want, take the information and remix and ultimately republish it on any number of formats online. Data, information, news, websites, and statistics abound. This course aims to empower teachers and educational researchers to help create the future of teaching with technology via critical reflection and dialogue meant to challenge ...