As promised last week, we spend the entire episode talking about technology in the classroom, from both the teacher and student perspective.
There is a lot that Jeremy would like to see happen in the classroom, and the current technology can certainly improve. I ask, why don’t schools invest more in their own tools? Why rely on third parties like Blackboard to deliver solutions that don’t work for teachers or students?
A school like Lehigh, where Jeremy teaches, has the resources and talent to build a robust solution that is really catered to the school’s needs. Why not make their own software to help facilitate learning? Or partner with like-minded institutions?
We also discuss what kind of technology students should bring to college. And is it appropriate to take notes with a laptop in class? Opinions differ!
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