The State of #EdTech in 2012

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Starting the new year off with a bang, Hack Education‘s Audrey Watters joins the program to break down what’s in store for education technology in 2012. Covering everything from e-books to badges and gamification, Watters spills on what’s to come, as well as why we need to better evaluate the very criteria we use to evaluate #edtech success.

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  • http://twitter.com/eolsencreative Eric Olsen

    Wow. What a fun interview. Audrey’s predictions not only ring like prophecy, but make me wish she were the decision maker in all these industries.