It’s hard to believe, but Labor Day weekend marks the first anniversary of The Pulse: Education’s Place for Debate. That’s like 365 days in Web 2.0 time!
I can remember how exciting it was when the site went live and librarians all over the world took umbrage with Dr. Roger Schank’s article, The Library Metaphor. It was an auspicious start to a great year of publishing.
I am incredibly grateful for the remarkable contributions from some of the brightest thinkers in education.
Stay tuned for a site redesign and new contributing editors in the near future. In the meantime, join us online at The Pulse: Education’s Place for Debate!
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Veteran educator Gary Stager, Ph.D. is the author of Twenty Things to Do with a Computer – Forward 50, co-author of Invent To Learn — Making, Tinkering, and Engineering in the Classroom, publisher at Constructing Modern Knowledge Press, and the founder of the Constructing Modern Knowledge summer institute. He led professional development in the world’s first 1:1 laptop schools thirty years ago and designed one of the oldest online graduate school programs. Gary is also the curator of The Seymour Papert archives at DailyPapert.com. Learn more about Gary here.
2 thoughts on “Happy Birthday to The Pulse!”
Thanks for creating a wonderful forum for conversations about education that really mater. It has been a joy to read.
Thank you for your kind words!
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