Implication for Chinese/Mandarin Programs with Broadband Classrooms
Writing more than usual today. Read an article on Education Week.
Obama Links Ed Tech to Economic Growth
What does it mean for you when your classrooms or your students will all have broadband access. We have seen some schools using SmartBoard teaching Chinese programs (Bullis Charter School, CA; International School of the Penninsula, CA; Taipei European School, Taiwan). Want to get a poll going to see what people do in their Chinese classrooms.
Excited about the possibility that students can experience more interactivity via this new online/broadband curriculum delivery mechanism.
States like Kansas and Arkansas have long been employing various technology delivery mechanism to solve teacher programs - distance learning. Anyone imagining this could work for them?