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Technology: Unfulfilled Promise?

Every few months a new book or national news reports on the unfilled promises of technology in education. I’ve noticed several recently and am challenged and want to challenge you to engage in the conversation.  Please share a short vignette (five or less sentences) of a learning outcome or “ah ha” moment that would not have occurred without technology.  Thanks in advance for accepting the challenge and shaping the conversation. Let the conversations begin…


Dr. Donna Lenaghan has presented workshops on brain-based learning, professional development design, educational technology, and information technology at the universities in China, Germany, Ireland, South Africa and the Dominican Republic.

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  1. Antonio Says :
    Posted on June 16, 2012 at 2:44 am

    There are a couple of great ctvariee thinking tools. Many organizations use brainstorming games to promote ctvariee thinking. These include Crawford Slip Method, Whose line is it anyway?, Mind Maps, Night and Day, Scamper System, Carousel Brainstorming. Also SWOT anaylsis is another great tool.Great ideas come from everyone in the organization. Its up to management and company leaders to promote and gather these ideas.

  2. Thank you for sharing this. Says :
    Posted on June 16, 2012 at 1:33 pm

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