Educators, technologists, and campus decision makers who reside in the educational technology bubble speak the ed-tech vernacular like a second language, frequently using words and phrases wholly foreign to many in higher education.
[caption id="attachment_59854" align="alignleft" width="150"] Students have given high marks to the flipped learning model.[/caption]
It's not dissimilar to others in specialized fields whose daily jobs revolve around technical jargon that may sound like another language to those outside of ed-tech. Campus technologists, more often than not, must translate their field's wonky language to campus officials who call the budgetary shots.