Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Some Jing and Some Facebook Anybody

Would you please blog this?

On 4/6/10 9:34 AM, "Todd Conaway" <Todd.Conaway@yc.edu> wrote:
This is so interesting to me how these many tools are becoming interoperable (that is a big word I do not know how to spell) and how the phone/web devise (not longer sure my phone is a phone. It is a computer…) connects with all these things. And how that mess all connects to the idea of classrooms and teaching/learning. And I wonder in a few years time, what will be the way (ways) to deliver content that will be most used by the student. The textbook in book form? The book on a reader? The classroom on 123 Smith Street? The classroom in a living room? The computer in the living room or the phone in the pocket of the person in the park? Who will know what to do?


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"The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn."
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