Magazine article Technology & Learning

What's on Your Wish List?

Magazine article Technology & Learning

What's on Your Wish List?

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This month Technology & Learning presents its fifth annual Top Ten cover feature, "Top Ten Wish List" (p. 26). In it, T&L contributors and editors address what respondents to our 25th Anniversary Readership Poll said they'd most like to see in their schools.

You won't find the topics necessarily parallel--the list runs from keeping on top of students' "creative" use of technology in school in "Taming Technology's Temptations" (p. 36) to the best ways to convince purse string holders that technology actually works in "Making Your Case" (p. 40). And if the fanciful cover illustration by Kazu Nitta makes you think these solutions are merely mystical dreams, think again. You'll benefit from the advice of in-the-field veterans like David Warlick, Kathy Schrock, and Michael Simkins.

Also this month, you'll find a continuation of the exploration of games for learning series. In Part 2 of Game Plan, "Student Gamecraft" (p. 20), you'll hear from experts like Vision Education and Media's Laura Allen and UCLA's Jasmin Kafai on their observations of what students learn when they create their own games. …

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