|Wow! Cool news...Real Cool: I’ve sorta been
featured in the local paper, the Herald Times, in a 3 part series on “The Future of K-12 Education.” It was on a front page feature story here last week--Monday and then again on Tuesday (Yippie!) and then I was totally shocked that I made the front page on Wednesday too. I feel very honored. I have never made the front page of the HT in 28 years at Indiana University (IU).
I delighted with the 1st year writer, Emily Cox, and what she did with these three stories. She is quite talented. See what you think.
Part 1. The future of K-12 education, part 1: Overcoming
resistance, Emily Cox, The Herald Times, May 4, 2020. Available: http://curtbonk.com/pdfs/May-4-HT.pdf
(front page) and http://curtbonk.com/pdfs/future-of-K-12.pdf (PDF) and Herald-Times Link: https://tinyurl.com/yblpxcn4
Part 2. The future of K-12 education, part 2: Internet access
crucial to education, Emily Cox, The Herald Times, May 5, 2020. Available:
(front page) and http://curtbonk.com/pdfs/future-of-K-12-2.pdf
Part 3. The future of K-12 education, part 3: Alternative
schools and flexibility, Emily Cox, The Herald Times, May 6, 2020.
(front page) and http://curtbonk.com/pdfs/future-of-K-12-3.pdf
professor of Instructional Systems Technology at Indiana University, is
a former CPA with master’s and Ph.D. degrees in educational psychology
and is the author of many books about emerging technologies for
learning. (Courtesy photo)
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