Often, in educational circles, I hear the statement/complain that schools and classrooms look the same as they did a 100 years ago with the implication that this is harmful to student learning. … More
About Patrick Tucker
@Stephen_Hurley proposed that the writers at VoicEd.ca write exploring 21st century learning and its meaning. Here are some of my initial thoughts. They’re a bit jumbled. Feel free to deconstruct or ask for clarification:
I think the idea/term, 21st century learning is a fairly empty catch phrase used to sell a variety of programs or to rally for change in the education system. … More
Sometimes being a radical is merely a function of where you are. While seemingly conservative, I have, what will likely be perceived, in this context, as a radical idea—don’t change anything! … More
Hi! I’m Patrick Tucker. I am married and have 2 boys: a 7 year old and a 3 year old. The younger one has fairly pronounced autism, but is adjusting well and is almost obnoxiously happy.… More
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