The first group of episodes will establish a foundation of educational philosophy, from which we can move forward. Technology is having a tremendous impact on classrooms around the world. We’re considering what the effects of rapid proliferation of communication innovations may be on student learning. We’ll compare research into how new devices compare to older, more familiar methods.
- 1st Segment – 0:46 – Screen v. Print Reading
- 2nd Segment – n/a
- 3rd Segment – 39:17 – Highest Highs or Raised Lows?
- A study of print and computer-based reading to measure and compare rates of comprehension and retention
Young, J. (2014). A study of print and computer-based reading to measure and compare rates of comprehension and retention. New Library World, 115(7/8), 376-393.
- The Reading Brain in the Digital Age: The Science of Paper versus Screens – Scientific American – Ferris Jabr
- Five Things We Need to Know About Technological Change – Remarks in Denver, Co – Neil Postman
- Brain Drain: The Mere Presence of One’s Own Smartphone Reduces Available Cognitive Capacity – Journal of the Association for Consumer Research – Ward, Duke, Gneezy and Bos
- (American Association of Pediatrics) AAP Screen Recommendations
We drink the Vanilla Porter, a vanilla infused beer from Breckenridge Brewery in Breckenridge, CO.