Enjoyed this perspective on how technological innovation should be changing schools, rather than just digging up fancy toys for students and teachers:
“The thing about tools is that their strength is usually derived from the way they approach a problem rather than in the particularity of the solution they offer….
In the current world, our schools should be focused on teaching both linear and non-linear ways of knowing. We need to remember that the goal of technology is ultimately to help us mentor our youth so that they become familiar with the many ways of knowing that humanity has discovered. It’s not just to develop proficiency with today’s tools while maintaining yesterday’s predominant thinking.”