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Is the public ready for education technology?

An article posted last month on the Twin Cities Pioneer Press website has generated over 150 comments, the majority of which are critical and even hostile toward those teaching with iPods
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An article posted last month on the Twin Cities Pioneer Press website has generated over 150 comments, the majority of which are critical and even hostile toward those teaching with iPods.

Read the rest of Clint Buhs' story, "Teaching the public to look ahead" at his blog:

http://atomiclearning.blogspot.com/2010/01/blog-post.html

courtesy of Atomic Learning and Clint Buhs.

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