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School districts, schools, teams,or individual teachers now havea choice.
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School districts, schools, teams, or individual teachers now have a choice. They can create their own specially-designed virtual textbooks with one page QR sheets.
—Harry Tuttle

Is there a right or wrong way to use social media? I personally don’t think so. The beauty and power of social media is that it is adaptable to fit our particular needs and goals at a given time.
—Eric Sheninger

Would you buy a new car with a blindfold on? Then why do so many schools ignore important factors when choosing devices for students?
—Steve Young

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If I asked a teacher a questionand they used Google, or tweetedout the question and found theinformation through a socialnetwork, many people wouldconsider that adult “resourceful.”Yet if a student does the same thing,they are considered a cheater.—George Couros

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People have argued that somedevices should find no home inpublic schools. I would argue thatall devices might find their placein public schools because ourchoice of tools should reflect thewide diversity of people and needsin society.—Miguel Guhlin, CIO Advisor