I’ve penned a new post on the TechLearning blog this morning titled, “Pencils are not sufficient.” I’d welcome your comments and feedback on this! 🙂

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3 Responses to 1:1 computing is a moral imperative in education

  1. Just a little fun before the school year starts. I was tagged by two edubloggers and am now tagging you to share 8 random things about yourself. Check out my 8 random things at http://www.speakingofhistory.blogspot.com in Episode #115. Sorry if I didn’t notice and you have recently been tagged.
    Eric Langhorst

  2. […] Computing is a moral imperative in education. Isto é, lápis não são suficientes!!! […]

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