We experienced the Year of the MOOC; companies strove to make textbooks both free and digital; blended learning and gaming in education were more popular than ever; Sal Khan became Bill Gates’ favorite teacher; we found ourselves in a STEM crisis and an edtech bubble; canadian pharmacy and teachers across the country prepared their curricula for the new Common Core Standards.
To wrap up 2012 and put a great big bow on it, today we’re featuring a list of the top 10 Technapex posts of 2012. Before you head out on the town and dance the night away (or fall asleep on the couch in http://genericcialis-2getrx.com/ front of the TV before the ball drops on “Rockin’ New Year’s Eve”), check out our list below.Among these most-read posts, topics included MOOCs, Common Core, technology to prevent cheating and change higher ed,
and much more.
Here’s to a productive 2013 with even greater advances in edtech
and a continued dialogue of what works and what doesn’t. Technapex will be weighing in every step of the way.
- Teaching a Distracted Generation to Focus
- TODAY Show Covers Online Courses
- 5 Technologies to Take the Cheating Out of Online Education
- Guest Post: 5 Great Educational Apps for Kids
- Professor Keith Devlin on Teaching His First MOOC
- Are Most Edtech Startups Doomed to Fail? What Success Means in Edtech
- Will New salary for pharmacy technician in canada Common Core State Standards Remove Literature from English Classes?
- Weighing the Pros and Cons of MOOCs
- Wikipedia Is All Right, After All
- How Much Will Technology Change Higher Education? [Infographic]