Talk:Debate archive: Continuing introduction of new technologies and new media adds little to the quality of most education
I noticed that in the "Learning: Does technology improve individual learning?" section, the "yes" and "no" sides didn't match with the contents of their boxes - so, as a wiki editor, I jumped in and flipped them round. Then I realised that the yes and no sections are otherwise pretty consistent with constituting either the proposition or opposition to the motion - in which case, I've now messed that structure up. :-) So perhaps the statement (above) needs to be reworded (and the contents of the boxes flipped back)? Sorry, I don't have time to look into the structure of the site for now - all the best with it, it's a great initiative! Cormaggio 11:18, 6 November 2007 (CST)
Also, there seems to be more of a negative slant here. Blended learning is not mentioned where you combine face-to-face with online learning. This is how I teach most of my classes. The Blended part of a course provides students with a way to get engaged with the textbook and observe online behavior.
- Yes, I agree. Some arguments touch on this, but not too directly. You should adds this argument as your first edit. :) Feel free to give it a try, and don't worry if you make a mistake, I'll be able to see your changes on the "recent changes" feature. Also, see the Debatepedia:Getting started tutorial. -- Brooks Lindsay 19:57, 30 November 2007 (CST)