My one worry about the CBAM model and technology is the amount of time it suggests is important to implement the change. The turnaround with technology currently is so quick, that the technology being studied might be seen to be archaic by the time the study is concluded. Perhaps this model is better for studying systems that show more linear growth (i.e. reading strategies/phonics). Educational technologies historically and more recently have been exhibiting exponential growth. This can be seen with the explosion of social media technologies and mobile devices. Some technology has been changing what is possible to do or learn as well. Technology education is also beyond the classroom – the world is the educational stage. Perhaps this model is no longer appropriate for the future studies of technology and education.
- Leveraging Technology to Transform Education
- A Work in Progress :)
- How can technology be used to help transform “standardized assessment” practices? How can we make change happen faster?
- Education needs more individualization.. and technology can make that happen
- Podcasting in higher education: what are the implications for teaching and learning?
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