Walk into a classroom in any part of the United States, even the world, and you most likely will scratch your head in disbelief asking yourself questions such as:
- Why do the classrooms look pretty much like the ones in which I, my parents, and my grandparents learned?
- Many students (of all ages) own computers in the form of their cell phones that are more powerful than all of the computer power of NASA back in 1969, when it placed two astronauts on the moon. Why aren’t they using them for learning?
- Why are the kids still categorized and sorted by date of manufacture (birthdates)?
- Why are the students using paper-based textbooks that are older than the students, themselves, and provide no options to check for information accuracy or to extend their learning based on areas of interest?
- Why is there one person standing in front of the room doing…
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