Different but not Better

Educators are the nicest people you will ever meet. That makes it extra tough, but at some point “trying #edtech” is not enough. By only trying educational technology educators are not investing enough in the power of the technology and are only doing their lessons different, but not better. It is a mistake to let this happen as the power of the technology is not only hidden, but might be dismissed entirely.

In my Curation of Content post, I talked about falling into this trap. I promoted something which was different and not better. That practice undermines credibility and the potential of technology.

Don’t promote #EdTech which is only different, but not better.
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