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IF ONLY this were SEVERAL million...

Discussion in 'Headteachers' started by Middlemarch, Dec 28, 2010.

  1. Middlemarch

    Middlemarch Star commenter

    There's an interesting paragraph in this article that suggests most teachers disagree with you, John:
    In November more than half of teachers who took part in a survey for
    the Times Education Supplement said pupils without access to internet
    or a computer at home were hampered in their learning.

    I do wonder what questions they were actually asked, however, since a survey can produce all kinds of results if the questions are posed in specific ways.
    I incline to the view that if children (and young people and young adults at university) were genuinely using computers for learning, they would make more progress. Unfortunately, almost all of them are not.
     

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