Serendipity in Practice

GoogleCardboard

How cool is it that, two days after I post my focus word for the year, a colleague (thanks, Elizabeth Brumbaugh!) posts THIS article about how Google Cardboard saves a baby’s life when her surgeon puts pieces of knowledge together in a truly innovative way.

Elizabeth’s point was to emphasize the importance of getting teachers engaged in learning skills while using low-cost, high impact technology. Both of us believe that kids need to learn tech, but most important learn how to think critically about all the skills and knowledge at their disposal in solving problems.

 

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