“Just giving people [tablets], that has a really terrible track record. You really have to change the curriculum and the teacher and those things, and it’s never going to work on a device where you don’t have keyboard-type input. I mean, students aren’t there just to read things — they’re supposed to actually be able to write and communicate, and so this is a lot more in the PC realm.”
-Bill Gates, on tablet technology in the classroom
The following is the first of a two part entry that reflects on…well…everything I’ve experienced in this field, up to this point.
After all, you can’t understand where you’re at, if you don’t know where you’re from.
Why a dream of roses?
Well, the phrase has two meanings for me – each significant in their own way. Continue reading
My adventures, experiences and anecdotes about teaching to come. Read about them here.