Sunday, October 26, 2008

As I have been preparing for T+L in Seattle tomorrow. I have been thinking about a number of things including: The socio-economic causes of the digital divide, cognitive versus behavioral leaning, bridging the gap between genrations using todays Web 2.0 technologies and ways we can virtually break down classroom walls. My brain has been working so hard at the philosophy, I somehow lost sight of what is most important in 21st century learning process -- the views of the student.
Luckily, just in the nick of time a new found friend on Twitter and facebook posted the following podcast to facebook.
It is interesting to hear how today's students reflect on technology that is just a few years old and practically obsolete already as well as invision the classroom of tomorrow! I remember my first daisy wheel printer. What do you remember? What will we remember in ten years? Great, another question to muddle my brain over the next few days!


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