The most impressive technology-rich classrooms don’t look like classrooms. Instead, they look like creative businesses on deadline—like advertising agencies pulling together a big campaign, architectural firms drawing up blueprints, or software companies developing new programs
Will we use new tools to rethink the purposes and structure of education, or will we simply use technology to boost efficiency in our factories?
Many of the largest providers of online learning opportunities describe efficiencies related to cost per student rather than learning gains per student
The most interesting debate in education technology today is not about tablets vs. laptops or school-supplied tablets vs. bring-your-own-device scenarios. The choice is really between two metaphors and two visions of education—the factory vs. the creative agency
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