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Ernest Morrell on Teaching Students to be Savvy Creators and Consumers of Digital Information

In an opinion piece on "SmartBlog on Education," Ernest Morrell, Professor of English Education and Director of TC's Institute of Urban Minority Education, writes that the "game changing" issue for the future of education is "educational policies that negatively impact the morale of the [teaching] profession."
In an opinion piece on "SmartBlog on Education," Ernest Morrell, Professor of English Education and Director of TC's Institute of Urban Minority Education, writes that the "game changing" issue for the future of education is "educational policies that negatively impact the morale of the [teaching] profession."

LINK: Q-and-A: Teaching students to become better consumers and producers of information

Published Thursday, Aug. 30, 2012

Ernest Morrell on Teaching Students to be Savvy Creators and Consumers of Digital Information

In an opinion piece on "SmartBlog on Education," Ernest Morrell, Professor of English Education and Director of TC's Institute of Urban Minority Education, writes that the "game changing" issue for the future of education is "educational policies that negatively impact the morale of the [teaching] profession."

LINK: Q-and-A: Teaching students to become better consumers and producers of information
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