Posts by Greg Garner


Undoing EduSpeak and Why Words Matter

A joint effort between boots-on-the-ground educators that are utilizing and implementing learning pedagogies with their students, in coordination with researchers and policy-makers is required to unpack and undo EduSpeak.


Mozilla and the Quest for Universal Web Literacy

Since schools and organizations will utilize the software created by companies like Mozilla, it’s increasingly important that there be open dialogue keeping the free exchange of ideas flowing. It is here that we get to the crux of whole-scale change: universal web literacy


Edmodo: A Platform Redefining Learning

Edmodo is quietly, consistently positioning itself not just as the glue to hold your technology-enhanced learning initiatives together, but the rocket fuel that it will need to redefine what learning looks like now and in the future.


WriteReader: Flipping the Script on Literacy

WriteReader provides young learners an informal learning environment where they are free to experiment with the written language based on their knowledge of the spoken language. Students gain confidence and exposure to the world around them and the ways they are processing it.

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2015 Edu-Resolutions, Behavior Change, and Idealism

Resolutions aren’t about idealistic goals that you have no intention of keeping. It's about behavior change. It’s about completely altering the way you choose to make a difference and then making the monthly, weekly, or daily decisions to act.