2 Jan / 2018

What EdTech concepts or buzzwords do YOU wish would just go away?

EdSurge queried ISTE participants about this in June and this article details the responses.  I agree with some — single-purpose Clickers are pretty clunky.  The problem with this, as well as the disgust about Scantrons (although this fellow is talking Digital Scantrons, which I don’t think are as common as paper in our environment!), the “solutions” to both problems involves a 1-1 student to (compatible) device in the classroom arrangement, something I certainly can’t count on.  How about you?  What EdTech “turnover” would you like to see in 2018?

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One thought on “What EdTech concepts or buzzwords do YOU wish would just go away?”

  1. Phil Brown

    I’d say “blended learning” should go. It has come to mean so many things that it has lost its specificity. I’d go along too with “lifelong learning” and I’d toss in “teachable moment.” Both of these seem to be self-evident.

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