Top Ed-Tech Trends of 2015
Audrey Watters
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Great post, I suppose you did a lot of work to create it! I think that “open’ will still be a trend in 2016. There are a lot of open universities, free online courses such as Coursera and edX, access to information today is simple and so often) free. But this has its dangers as well. What is this danger? Ruining the authorship concept and arousal of plagiarism.

Of course, someone could say that plagiarism checker for teachers will resolve this problem. But I need to admit, that such tech tools could only detect already committed deal (successfully detect, no doubt), but can’t influence on children’ minds to make changes in their life attitudes. But teachers in the classrooms can do it.

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