I think my last post is a clear example of when fewer words are better. Please let me try this again:

We, as teachers, need to stop thinking of ‘computers’ as something to teach. It is now about teaching skills that have been augmented by accessing devices. Our research skills haven’t changed, but how we access the information has, and that is where our teaching needs to meet the technology. The skills to communicate learning are the same, but the breadth of creative options for students has been drastically increased, and that is where our students can lead the teaching.

That is all.

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