Connecting the Pain Tests

If you’re not a regular reader of the special blog I’ve been keeping as I participate in the EdStartup 101 MOOC this fall, you might not know that I’ve been blogging about the “pain test” over there as well as in this space.  EdStartup defines “pain test” in a slightly different way, but it’s very relevant to the conversation we’ve had here.

What do you think of their version of the pain test?  And what do you think of the ways I’ve defined the pain problem for textbooks and for schools in general?

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Published in: on September 29, 2012 at 6:00 pm  Comments (1)  

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  1. […] and screenstorming, I think I know where to go with the next series of posts.  Back on Saturday, at the end of our lively series on Pain and Punishment, they both suggested the same two […]


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