The third episode of C12 with Christopher Dawson covers New York’s plans to ban words from standardized tests, a Tennessee law that might question evolution, an Arizona bill threatening free speech and how tablets might save $3 billion a year in classrooms.
Chris interviews Stephan Stephensen, founder & CEO of Mingoville about their latest math product for grades 1 to 3 and Charlie Osborne about her ZDNet iGeneration article on “The future of education: Memorize or analyse?”.
Chris also presents two tools of the week, Three Ring and Adobe Story.
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- New York pulls plans to ban words from standardized tests
- Tennessee Law Would Question Evolution
Source: Wall Street Journal
- Arizona ‘cyberbullying’ bill threatens free speech online, critics warn
Source: Digital Trends
- Why Tablets in the Classroom Could Save Schools $3 Billion a Year
Source: All ThingsD