Upon first reading the article "Is Embracing Digital Learning a Moral Issue for Educators?" by Wesley Fryer published on www.SpeedofCreativity.org , I was quick to believe that the subject is being blown out of proportion. To regard a teacher's choice not to be a "21st Century educator" by using digital resources as immoral or unethical seems rash and inappropriate. Also, applying ethical codes to a such a diverse, and often subjective, practice seems implausible. The unique approaches of our public schools’ teachers are what make public education beautiful and invaluable. Digital learning is just one of many ways teachers vary in methodology. Therefore, it seems unfair to judge how a teacher chooses to teach.
Via Peter Mellow, Jesús Salinas