…onalized, project-based and on and on), nothing has really changed. Kids are still bored in school. We still assess the stuff that’s easy to measure at the expense of attending to the more important stuff that isn’t, things like creativity and curiosity and determination. Our cultures focus on teaching, not learning, and very little “innovation” as it’s currently constituted has impacted that at all.
…of the classroom so students could play games from time to time (as I did as a 6th-grader in 1983). They fail to think of computers as a tool that can seamlessly integrate with every aspect of teaching and learning, and no amount of robotics kits or virtual tours of Guatemala will help them do so.