Academic journal article T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

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Academic journal article T H E Journal (Technological Horizons In Education)

Keynotes

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"They went from being afraid to say anything to telling my students, 'This time, I'm going to kick your butt!'"

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--Edd Schneider, college professor, on the improved English-speaking skills demonstrated by a group of Chinese middle schoolers after engaging in online video games with Schneider's students

"The kids don't know where hamburger comes from. And they didn't know anything about rodeo."

--Sandy Harrell, fifth-grade teacher in Texas, on the lack of knowledge her students had about their own culture

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"I think the only permanent [way] is going out to the taxpayers and parents."

--Palmer Pierson, CDW-G, on what he thinks is the only reliable approach to securing funding for educational technology

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"They had memorized the formulas, but they really didn't understand what they were doing. They already had the knowledge, but it didn't make any sense to them."

--Rebeca Gonzalez, high school teacher, on how detached her students were from the math principles they were learning

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"Teaching in isolation is an artifact of the 19th-century industrial model. …

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