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How Blackboards Transformed American Education
JSTOR Daily digs up a 17-year-old article by Steve Krause: "What’s the most transformative piece of technology in U.S. classrooms? Smart boards? Laptops? In a 2000 paper on computers in education, Steven D. Krause argues that it’s one that’s been around for nearly two centuries: the blackboard. And he suggests that if we want to understand how teachers adopt technology, we might want to study its history."
jstor  stevekrause  cwcon  edtech  learning  history 
january 2019 by warnick
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august 2018 by csglenn
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Wherein I discuss the idea of "topic stability" on a corpus of 60,000 articles in from with…
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may 2018 by sharon_howard

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