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

Keynotes

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

Keynotes

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"'Stop this madness! I want my kid to have a phone!'"

--Elliot Soloway, GoKnow Learning, on what he believes parents must demand before schools agree to introduce cell phones into the curriculum

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"The computer's not giving them attitude. The computer's not saying, 'You should have known this.'"

--Leigh Ann Morrison, assessment coordinator, on how students respond better to online assessments than to the pressure teachers apply

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"It's like standing on the shore and telling the tide not to come in."

--Kathy Swan, professor of social studies instruction, repeating the advice of a colleague who told her it was futile to resist the trend toward technology in education

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"K-12 is slower to adopt. But the devices are so good that it's just a matter of time."

--Dave Baird, Lexmark, on the new generation of powerful multifunction printers, which school districts have been late to embrace

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"It's one thing to have cameras; it's another to be strategic about them."

--John Navarro, Stanley Security Solutions, on the need for schools to make smart choices in the implementation of video surveillance

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PASS::FAIL What made the grade this issues, and what got left back. …

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