The internet is not a monster we have created. It is us. Our collective consciousness and, unfortunately, our collective subconscious. We like our privacy. We don't like others to look at our screens when we do our emailing. We don't "do" Facebook in public. It is our secretiveness that makes the internet a dangerous place.
"Earlier this week somebody emailed me asking for apps to teach guitar. I asked a colleague with me here in the university who is a music teacher and she recommended the following apps. I am not sure whether these are the best apps out there or not but at least they have been used with students and proved to work."
Tietotekniikasta ei saada vielä kaikkia tehoja irti kouluissa. Opettajat vastustavat tekniikka edellä etenemistä ja vaativat aikaa suunnitteluun. Mutta hyviäkin kokemuksia on saatu – ainakin oppilaiden omista opetusvideoista.
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