Academic journal article T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

Broadly Speaking

Academic journal article T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

Broadly Speaking

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In this month's Broadly Speaking we speak with Joan Fenwick, the national director of the ATST Learning Network, A former math teacher who has been with ATST since 1979, Fenwick is a frequent speaker at many national forums and events on the uses of telecommunications and technology in the K-12 classroom, with a particular focus on new models of professional development for teachers.

T.H.E.: What is ATST's specific vision of broadband in education?

Fenwick: I think our vision for broadband in education is to look for ways that we can use this medium to bring together richness in con tent with fast delivery through broader and fatter pipes. Our vision is to use the power of this new technology to do more than just deliver existing Web sites faster or with more sound and graphics. We really want to see what these new high-speed pipes can deliver in the ways of new models for education.

T.H.E.: In what ways right now can broadband technology impact the way learning takes place? …

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