Monthly Archives: April 2016

EDU 6989: The Damage Done by Abstinence-Only Sexual Education Programs

We are living in the Information Age. More knowledge is available at our fingertips now than has ever been available before. Nothing that is already known can remain unknown for long. For that reason, it astounds me that so many … Continue reading

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EDU 6989: Technology in Learning – Friend or Foe?

Being self-proclaimed “technologically illiterate” growing up in a generation of the most technologically-driven minds to date, I was sincerely hoping that Shaffer et. al’s article, titled “Video Games and the Future of Learning” would finally convince me of the essential … Continue reading

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