Larry Ferlazzo’s Websites of the Day…has a good story today, What Can Teachers Learn From Target?
Today’s New York Times Magazine has a pretty scary article about how the retail giant Target tracks what’s going on in the lives of customers and uses that information to get us to buy more stuff from them. It’s definitely worth reading the whole piece.
As I mentioned, it’s scary — in addition to being creepy. Nevertheless, the article does highlight some strategies that can be used for good in the classroom and not only for not-so-good things in the quest for corporate profit.
Here are three points that struck me in the article: Read the full story, CLICK HERE
- Matt Damon’s clear-headed speech to teachers rally
- The Apple; Where Teachers Meet and Learn- GREAT SITE
- The Arrogance Of Bill Gates relating to teachers
- 12 Ways to Learn Vocabulary With The New York Times
- WOW: I will have iPads in a section of my technology class for future teachers
- Back to School Supplies | Wal-Mart Vs. Target | Compare Prices
- School Principal touts the POWER of PD through PLN’s
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