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Hack Education Weekly Podcast

Every week, Steve Hargadon and I sit down (virtually) to talk about the latest ed-tech news. Well, almost every week. We skipped a week, which means that the podcast we recorded on Saturday runs a little long. In fact, it runs a lot long. We cover two weeks' worth of education technology news, as well as two of my year-end trends posts.

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Learning Experiences: The Tin Can API

Learning is not a product. It’s a process.
Nevertheless, educational policies, practices, and technologies often frame it as object, as content, as “thing” — as a noun, not a verb.

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"Binders Full of Teachers" and Other Education-Related Election Memes That Weren't

2012 has been another banner year for Internet memes. Call Me Maybe. Hey Girl. Binders Full of Women. Texts from Hillary.

Why Tablets?

Why all the excitement over tablets for education?
This is something I've been stewing about for a long, long time. Note: I didn't ask, "why personal computers?"

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Top Ed-Tech Trends: What's Changed from 2011 to 2012?

In the next week or so, I plan to kick off my annual review of the year’s major ed-tech developments. I’ve identified the 10 trends that I think have been 2012’s most interesting and important. I’ll string out the posts that cover these over the next 6 weeks — and not just because it’s time for the obligatory-end-of-year-wrap-up-crap posts that we bloggers churn out throughout the month of December.

How Should We Respond to Teens' Racist Tweets?

Election Night Racism on Twitter
Like many people, I spent Election Night tuned in to Twitter, watching the results via my social media stream rather than via television. It felt more participatory than passive. It felt more immediate, less contrived.

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