Delivering Education Online

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Edweek's Digital Education blog found another gem recently. Specifically, it talks about manipulatives--objects that students can play with inside the educational software they use (original blog post here). This type of interactive program--integrating well-known methods of learning with a new interface--demonstrates the evolution required of technology and education. 

Often technology is rolled out in the classroom just for technology's sake, but products like the ones listed at Dave Wetzel's original blog post are moving in the right direction by enhancing learning and promoting technology at the same time.

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This page contains a single entry by Hank Cathey published on April 6, 2009 10:22 AM.

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