I regularly see three myths and misconceptions being advanced by those advocating for the use of blockchain in education. It leaves me wondering if blockchain for learning advocates even understand the underlying technology. For all that seems magical about blockchain technology, I assert it is not – after all – magic.
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Conceivably, if blockchain were to help students keep track of and share records of their academic experiences – in brick-and-mortar schools, virtual classes, from other sources – it could add detail and sophistication to efforts to “personalize” education.