One Way by Danielle Kolodkin

Throughout Cathy Davidson’s book, Now You See It, the traditional methods of education are questioned: multitasking, technology, changing generations, etc. As stated in the book, “it’s shocking to think of how much the world has changed since the horse-and-buggy days of

One Way by Danielle Kolodkin

Throughout Cathy Davidson’s book, Now You See It, the traditional methods of education are questioned: multitasking, technology, changing generations, etc. As stated in the book, “it’s shocking to think of how much the world has changed since the horse-and-buggy days of

Learning to be Disabled by Ken Syme

In Now You See It, Cathy Davidson redefines and challenges the perception of individuals who have learning disabilities. Davidson suggests that it is not the students who need to change or be changed, rather it is the teaching techniques that

Learning to be Disabled by Ken Syme

In Now You See It, Cathy Davidson redefines and challenges the perception of individuals who have learning disabilities. Davidson suggests that it is not the students who need to change or be changed, rather it is the teaching techniques that

The Century-Old Standard by Erica Franceschini

Cathy Davidson’s new book Now You See It discusses how schools are still designed for the last century even in the midst of all the amazing advances in technology, and one specific flaw in the education system is the standardized

The Century-Old Standard by Erica Franceschini

Cathy Davidson’s new book Now You See It discusses how schools are still designed for the last century even in the midst of all the amazing advances in technology, and one specific flaw in the education system is the standardized

Standardized Disruption by Courtney Perdiue

  There is a passion for standards among today’s education system—a network of principles the public governs their curriculum by. These standards seem to transcend history; in the earliest days of public education, laborers who were trained to work in

Standardized Disruption by Courtney Perdiue

  There is a passion for standards among today’s education system—a network of principles the public governs their curriculum by. These standards seem to transcend history; in the earliest days of public education, laborers who were trained to work in

Why Does It Matter?: An Analysis of the Need for Variety in Teaching by Lindsay Cameron

My sophomore year of high school, I had a math teacher named Mr. Hildreth who proposed a compelling view of the significance of an education. He taught me that one does not come to school to learn hard facts. One

Why Does It Matter?: An Analysis of the Need for Variety in Teaching by Lindsay Cameron

My sophomore year of high school, I had a math teacher named Mr. Hildreth who proposed a compelling view of the significance of an education. He taught me that one does not come to school to learn hard facts. One

Learn This, Not That by Tenaysia Fox

Bryant and Stratton College has a new advertisement. The commercial goes over some program that they’re offering, and the highlight of the commercial comes at the end. While an actress is doing something on what appears to be an iPod or

Learn This, Not That by Tenaysia Fox

Bryant and Stratton College has a new advertisement. The commercial goes over some program that they’re offering, and the highlight of the commercial comes at the end. While an actress is doing something on what appears to be an iPod or

Adjusting Attention: Learn to Unlearn to Relearn by Matt Kovac

Communication through electronic apparatuses, such as mobile phones, iPads, and the Internet, has helped make information more accessible over the past decade. As a result, the world has shrunk. So too have attention spans and jobs, unfortunately. The demand for

Adjusting Attention: Learn to Unlearn to Relearn by Matt Kovac

Communication through electronic apparatuses, such as mobile phones, iPads, and the Internet, has helped make information more accessible over the past decade. As a result, the world has shrunk. So too have attention spans and jobs, unfortunately. The demand for