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We work with teachers and coaches behind the scenes to plan, design, create and celebrate the creativity and learning happening with your students She is currently part of a nationwide educational reform movement toward small, focused high schools that have chosen the New Tech approach of project-based learning.
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Radio created a culture of listeners and spawned jazz, big band, and fireside chats.
Television created the culture of Hollywood, MTV, always-on news, and reality TV shows.The Internet is creating a culture that’s changing so fast that I’m afraid to give examples that may be dated by the time you read this.As much as technology is created from the fabric of our culture, technology also creates the fabric of our culture.I’m eternally hopeful that we can lean into the good, minimize the bad, and consciously explore the grey areas, which exactly why I talk so much about how technology is affecting our lives, relationships, communities, and work.In the past decade, people have less connectivity to any kind of information relating to varied culture and social life of diverse nations.Though high-cost programs are certainly beneficial, not all schools can afford the most up-to-date materials.When budgets are low, students can use any materials at hand to learn math, even bringing in objects from home that could potentially be used to connect a math concept. Author Carrie Silva ""National Board Certification is a symbol of teaching excellence across the country.Though it may sound like it at times, I’m not a pessimist about where these norms are leading us because they’re also enabling social change like the Arab Spring, global connectedness, new economic realities and pathways, and better government.Because of technology, we can find or create the communities and relationships that fit our version of thriving, whatever that might be.But I believe those big jumps also make the discussion seem less personal to us, because they’re the story of large social changes that we’re reacting to, rather than actively reinforcing or co-creating with others.Let’s take the daily personal view here: The many hundreds of small ways that technology alters our individual and collective behavior on a daily basis add up to the cultural changes the technologists and historians point to.