Reimagine Learning

Inspiration, Play, and Narrowing Inequality

Ben Paris

by Ben Paris on Feb 1, 2018 4:38:01 PM

 

Despite the title, Matt Greenfield’s Sources of Hope for Education Technology in 20181 presents a sobering account of the challenges we face in leveraging technology to improve educational outcomes. The past year has reminded us that progress depends on meeting minimal conditions such as having electrical power and well-maintained facilities. Even when those requirements are met, though, a crucial question remains: does educational technology do anything to narrow educational inequality, or is it actually expanding those gaps by providing benefits only to the affluent and their children?

Topics: Ed tech, Game-based learning, girls and gaming, Serious Games

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Webinar Archive: Educational Games for Girls, Collaboration and Context

admin

by admin on Jan 30, 2013 1:01:34 PM

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Topics: girls and gaming, Press Releases, edWeb, webinar

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EdWeb Webinar: Educational Games for Girls – Collaboration and Context

admin

by admin on Jan 10, 2013 6:42:25 AM

Be sure to join us today, Thursday January 10th at 4 pm EST for a compelling webinar featuring Second Avenue Learning CEO Victoria Van Voorhis and Jayne Lammers, Assistant Professor at the University of Rochester's Warner School of Education. Together, Victoria and Jayne will discuss educational games for girls.

Topics: Blog, Education, University of Rochester, girls and gaming, edWeb, Warner School of Education, Serious Games, webinar

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