• September 27, 2020

Tags : edtech

Op-Ed: Go Karts and Ed Tech

When I was but a lad, there were several go kart tracks in Northeast El Paso. One was at a miniature golf course which had an orange dinosaur, and one was dedicated solely to go karts farther north on Dyer street. I remember, as a 9 or 10 year old, the thrill of riding these […]Read More

Op-Ed: Teaching With Technology Should Not Be An Option: It’s

In Texas, the law requires schools to integrate technology into lesson in every curricular area in grades K-8. Period. The law is the law. And after 8th grade, it is assumed that all grades in all content areas 9-12 will just continue the work of their K-8 colleagues and integrate technology into almost all lessons […]Read More

Op-Ed: Why Don’t You Help Parents with Ed Tech?

I recently was asked to answer a questions for a tv report about edtech in the classroom.  My answer was never used in the report, so I thought I would share it with you. “Do you provide classes or help for parents who are not comfortable with technology?” Our district has been moving steadily towards […]Read More