is someone to blog about how technology affects learning. Not in a cutsey apple-and-crayon-image-laden-way. We need people to look at programs, apps, and software in order to tear them apart and expose what’s good and bad and then record the results for everyone to read. People do this to Apple products. They do it to Samsung, Amazon, and Google products.
It’s time to look at the tools being used to teach children–not in a preliminary “oh my gosh, we’re entering the 21st century” way. It needs to be done with passion and wit, which are two things that are greatly lacking in educational critique.