Mob Rules- Education/ Learning/ Equity

February 14, 2009 at 6:23 pm (Uncategorized)

As the article mentioned numerous times, everything is changing. When relating the rules to education, learning, and equity; I see how changes can be made with each. Education is always changing and students are expected to transition as well. Therefore, learning will also change with education. As technology and software become available, equity will change as more people will have access. When referring to the Mob rules, education and learning is everywhere. Technology is faster, smarter, and much stronger than we are. It is a great form of advertisement that does not require business models. It will sell itself! “If your work isn’t what you love, then something isn’t right,” a quote taken from the article, relates to all three. Education, learning, and equity; making it possible must be something you love. If you’re passionate about your work, it will become a masterpiece. When thinking of education, administrators and educators should want to see the systems change with the updated world (in order to achieve partial equity).

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3 Comments

  1. regank said,

    I think most administrators and educators do want to see their school system change with the updated world, but bugdet cuts prevent a lot of this from happening. With the economy the way it is now, budget cuts will be worse than ever in the next coming year. We have been lucky to get ActiVotes and ActivSlates through a grant, but our district doesn’t have any money for other expensive technology.

  2. jmpeck6102 said,

    I believe that grants are going to become even more important with all the budget cuts. Teachers are going to have to spend time researching and applying for these things if they want to do keep up.

  3. dianaljackson said,

    Exactly! Teachers will need to work extra hard to make technology possible in the classroom. Just as Solomon discussed in Chapter 14…it will take the educator to bridge the gap in the classroom. If teachers do not use technology in the classroom, what message are they sending to their students?

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