Cliches



John Pederson
John Pederson

ijohnpederson @budtheteacher Can we put "technology is just a tool" to rest too? 10:23 AM October 19, 2007 from twitterrific in reply to budtheteacher

Clarence Fisher
Clarence Fisher

glassbeed @budtheteacher Can we put the dichotomy to rest and begin thinking about continuums based on skills, useage, etc. and not on age? 06:56 AM October 18, 2007 from web in reply to budtheteacher
Alan Levine
Alan Levine

cogdog I flatly refuse to use the "immigrant/native" cliche- it is disingenuous wrongly placed brush stroke and I can cite as many counter examples 04:44 AM October 18, 2007 from web
Chris Lehmann
Chris Lehmann

chrislehmann Realization: I'm tired of talking about / hearing about Things Have Changed / New Tools: Want to talk about pedagogy and concrete change. 06:54 PM October 17, 2007 from twitterrific
Bud Hunt
Bud Hunt

budtheteacher I really don't ever want to hear the phrase "guide on the side" again. 'K? Same for "sage on the stage." They need to rest. 02:49 PM October 17, 2007 from web
David Warlick
David Warlick

dwarlick Does it make more sense to call today's kids "info-savvy" of "info-oriented?" 04:21 PM October 17, 2007 from Hahlo

Bud Hunt
Bud Hunt

budtheteacher "Internet blogs" is a phrase worse than fingernails on chalkboards. Of course they're "Internet." They don't work/exist anywhere else. 09:23 AM May 21, 2007 from web

Alan Levine
Alan Levine

cogdog e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e,e... In a sock drawer, I found a bunch of vowels dropped by web 2.0 sites. 02:49 PM July 05, 2007 from web