Can Computers Replace Teachers? | Creativity and learning | Scoop.it
Until we figure out how to best use technology in the classroom, the bells and whistles are often a distraction...

Usage aside, there is scant evidence that technology is improving learning — even the cheerleaders are reduced to arguing that various education technology tools are obvious rather than supported by much evidence. And when you watch, say, high school students use the Internet to prepare research papers, it’s questionable whether technology — especially when coupled with poorly trained teachers — isn’t doing more to enable the superficial rather than open up richer veins of information for students.
Read more: http://ideas.time.com/2012/01/26/can-computers-replace-teachers/#ixzz1nr3aF1KM