A teaching innovation

by The Arizona Republic

Of all changes to our world being wrought by the Internet, its prospects as an education tool always held the most promise — and the most frustration. As we have learned, the World Wide Web’s vast and ever-growing store of data requires sifting. What is honest research? What is baloney? But the greatest frustration of the Internet as an educational tool has been figuring out how to make it add real value to what students learn. We now may be there. Suddenly, it appears that educators have stumbled onto a genuine “eureka!” moment in the evolutionary merger of traditional classroom education and online learning.

http://www.azcentral.com/arizonarepublic/opinions/articles/2012/04/02/20120402editorial0403-teaching-innovation.html

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