A 14-year-old Talks Educational Technology

Posted on 24 October 2007 by jrobes

“‘Arthus’ is the web name of a 14-year-old student in Vermont who has recently become actively involved in the online dialog about educational technology. I find his voice an interesting–maybe a critically important–addition to the discussion. To me, Arthus is not representative of most 14-year-olds, but is representative of the kind of independent, engaged, proactive, and self-directed learner we often think will thrive in the flattened and connected world of the Internet.”

Ein unaufgeregtes, sehr informatives Interview (mp3 und Zusammenfassung). Lektüre bzw. Anhören lohnen sich! (via Timo Off)
Und jetzt geht es auf nach Berlin!
Steve Hargadon, infinitethinkingmachine, 22 Oktober 2007

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1 Comments For This Post

  1. Lore Reß Says:

    Viele Grüße an Frau Back!

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