How to Subvert the K 12 Classroom (EdSurge News)

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There are a few key buzzwords floating around the education world and mediascape that drive some educators nuts–“standards,” “data-driven alignment,” “value-added.” But last Thursday in one area of the world, teachers came together to chat with some new terminology, namely “bottom-up” and “subve

Norton Gusky‘s insight:

There’s a growing number of educators who are ready to "subvert’ the constraints of the contemporary classroom and provide time for play and investigation as part of an interactive learning experience. MakerEd showcased many of these more hands-on approaches to learning. 

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