Radio, TV, computers, video games, the internet, and MOOCs. As major technological innovations have occurred throughout our history they have been regularly touted as the next great thing in education, reports. Few of them ever actually live up to the hype though, and eventually fade out of education even as their prominence in society as a whole rises. Starting in the 1920s radio was used as an educational tool (Interactive Radio Instruction) to supplement poorly trained educators in rural areas. In the 1960s aircraft broadcast educational television programs over the American Midwest for much the same reasons. In the 1980′s...

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