πŸ‘ EdTech is Driving Me Crazy, Too

Liked EdTech is Driving Me Crazy, Too by Will Richardson (Modern Learners)

Why don’t we create an app for students so they can track every time our β€œnarrow path” narrative makes them anxious or stressed, or every time we deny them the agency to pursue learning that matters to them, or hint at their value as humans by the test scores or GPAs they get, or whenever we deny them fundamental democratic rights, or refuse to act in ways that suggest that we are the problem and not them? We could call it β€œEd-mote” or some other silly Silicon Valley play on words, and the software would send DMs to superintendents and principals when an intervention is required, like an immediate two-hour play period for everyone in the school. (We could also, by the way, encourage them to track the many positives about their school experience as well.)

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