From Now On
The Educational Technology Journal

 Vol 12|No11|Summer|2003

We've done the Internet. Now what?

By Jamie McKenzie

Led to believe that connecting classrooms to the Internet would work educational marvels, many districts are now feeling disillusioned as startling benefits seem elusive, at best. In this article, Jamie McKenzie suggests a dozen ways to optimize benefits from the new technologies installed in the previous decade. He provides examples of best practice and strategies aimed at changing student performance on state standards. Among other approaches, he suggests doing better with fewer.

An important new book from Australia with a focus on problem-based learning, questioning and literacies.

Stories of Adult Learning

By Jamie McKenzie

In this chapter from his latest book, Just in Time Technology, Jamie outlines the characteristics of strong professional development programs.

FNO Press Launches Web Site Critical of NCLB

Concerned that NCLB puts too much emphasis on testing and not enough on capacity building and funding, FNO Press has launched a new journal, "No Child Left," and a Web site,, to urge repeal or drastic amendment of NCLB. You can subscribe for free to the monthly journal.

Credits: The photographs were shot by Jamie McKenzie.
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