This week, Brenna sounds like hell — apologies for the audio journey into mucus — but she’s joined by the bossman to chat about what it means to be a learning technologist, and weirdly, about hope.
On the show today, Brian mentions two excellent articles:
- From the Globe and Mail: “Technology used by educators in abrupt switch to online school shared kids’ personal information, investigation shows.”
- From the Washington Post: “Remote learning apps shared children’s data at a ‘dizzying scale’.”
Brenna and Brian talk about ETUG, which is a great organization to hook up with if you like thinking about technology and teaching.
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