If you’re a frequent visitor here, you know that I’m always going on about the importance of grounding our work in education in what we believe about how kids learn. (If you haven’t checked out my latest TEDx Talk, you’ll get the gist.) You’ll also know how surprised I am that so few of us […] The post The De-Construction Crew appeared first on Will Richardson.
Topic: Libraries I think about this connection between churches and libraries as I walk down the hall to my office every morning -- a new church in an old library. The smell is still more new paint rather than old book, but give it time. Show More Summary
The world as it is today, the one in which we have access to all sorts of knowledge, people, and technologies, that world is not the one that most current educators thought they were stepping into when they went into teaching. The image of schooling that most had was built on scarcity of those things, […] The post Learning the Change appeared first on Will Richardson.
One of the most frustrating moments when I give a talk to educators is the moment when I put Seymour Papert’s picture and quote up on screen and ask how many of them have ever heard of him. Nine times out of ten, maybe a hand or two goes up. Many times, no one knows […] The post RIP Seymour Papert appeared first on Will Richardson.
The digital revolution has helped level the playing field in learning, giving millions access to information and opportunities through internet access. But one giant hurdle is keeping this generation..
This innovative, bite-size approach gives kids an intro to some of the basics of programming.
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