Reflections on DML2012 and Visions of Educational Change | DMLcentral

On the question of different strategies — when we were planning the conference, we were inspired by a blog post by Paul Edelman on when to hack and when to stack education. He argues that we need innovations that are directed at both the edge and the core:

“Indeed, we need to make distinctions here. Education is a many fangled thing, not all of it served well by hacking. In some areas, our kids will be better served if we stack (that is, double down on what already works) instead of hack their experiences.”

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