Monthly Archives: June 2014

Gates Foundation Research –2000 — My Critique

Research on Computers and Education: Past, Present and Future Prepared for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Jeffrey T. Fouts Professor of Education Seattle Pacific University Seattle, WA February, 2000 <<>&gt; One little caveat: The Author of this work says he does not distinguish between technology and computers. I would prefer that he had. I […]

MacArthur Foundation –Strategy — My Response

This is my response to this topic. It was not the full page but enough, I think. MacArthur Foundation Digital Media & Learning Our Strategy MacArthur is investing in research [Research in education is very problematic. Every kid is an individual, by definition, different. So, a group of individuals cannot be the same. So, […]

American Education Part 8– My Critique

Section II – American Education¬†¬† Part 8 <<>&gt; The Second Half of the 20th Century: Post-World War II and Beyond Human diversity makes tolerance more than a virtue; it makes it a requirement for survival. -Rene Dubos, Celebrations of Life, 1981 Following World War II, the population of the United States increased dramatically with […]