“Help me tell the truth”

Education gadfly Gary Stager puts forth what educators need to know today in his recent post “You Can’t Handle the Truth.” As in his usual banter, he strikes down idols of classroom management, unqualified policy makers, “get rich books”, and “debating the merits of modernity.”–We should get behind his charge of giving every student a multimedia device … Continue reading “Help me tell the truth”

It is the side effects that will kill you.

Several years ago after discussing research practices with a colleague in nursing, I was intrigued with associating the processes of medical research into that of education and viewing technology as an intervention and measuring the impact. Yang Zhoa brilliantly takes associating medical research methodology even further, in a recent article in the Journal of Education Change, by considering that … Continue reading It is the side effects that will kill you.