The Challenges of Teaching When Silicon Valley Doesn’t Care

The Challenges of Teaching When Silicon Valley Doesn’t Care

By Danny Crichton I have been on a bit of an EdTech binge writing spree the past few weeks. Part of the reason is that I feel the vast majority of educators and entrepreneurs are finally realizing that Silicon Valley didn’t get it right the first time with our approach to technology and the classroom. Certainly, some content is more freely available than before, an absolutely wonderful improvement for… Read More

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