RT @aliceleung: “If you want to raise literacy levels at your school, include your school library and librarian.” https://t.co/BNmmk3Di2s @…
@greg_ashman Similar to the ban on ChatGPt — shortsighted because what better place to learn how to use and negotia… https://t.co/cmLRHzZzVW
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Education is in the throes of a renaissance
February 16, 2021
Education is not in the midst of a crisis; it is in the throes of a renaissance. One way we can be sure of this is by turning our focus to the sheer number of students around the globe who have, due to COVID-19, been thrust into a similar unprecedented state of online learning. Although many debates still rage about the quality of synchronous vs. asynchronous education in this digital classroom space, what is not in question is how distance-learning—or “emergency remote learning”—has already changed the definition of schooling, the student-teacher relationship, and perhaps more vitally, the delivery of curriculum content.