Here Comes Transparency

Educational technology offers a new lens through which to examine educational practices. Historically the teacher was both knowledge and pedagogical authority. Likewise, teacher reporting was the largest factor in measuring students performance. By adding technology to classrooms, subjective measures of performance can enjoy more quantitative measures. {Related Post: What your TPACK is missing}

#edtech brings transparency to education in a new way. #edchat
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Classrooms or schools which resist #edtech usually have one of two reasons. Either they are already doing well on current transparent measures {think standardized test scores} or they are concerned about making things more transparent.

In #edtech, we bring the transparency. It could be scary to know that transparency is coming; especially in an industry like education where a person could previously control the public perception of what is happening in a classroom.

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