Oct 03, 2015

Adjective Bingo is Eating Education — Dr. Robert Dillon

About a year ago, I heard Will Richardson talk about how education was continuing to throw more and more adjectives in front of learning (adaptive, blended, connected, etc.) in an effort to describe the modernization of the formal education process happening in schools today. Since then, the momentum hasn't stopped, and there are now more adjectives than ever to describe what is...

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