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Should the companies whoprovide resources to schools anddistricts partner with them toprovide connections and support?—Lisa Nielsen
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Should the companies who provide resources to schools and districts partner with them to provide connections and support?
—Lisa Nielsen

Ultimately, the success of RTTT will be determined by the hands and hearts of each district and building leader and the teachers in the schools.
—Jill Berkowicz and Ann Myers

Too often we hear that we are just normal people doing normal things. Too often we hear that our impact is limited and indirect at best. Too often we hear that the little things we do won’t ever add up to make a difference.
—Justin Tarte

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Imagine if students were asmotivated to do their schoolworkas they are to beat Halo 4.—Lisa Nielsen

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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

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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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If we continue to let fear offailure rule our school systemsthen that’s where we’ll stay. Howare you going to share with yourschool and district the greatthings you learned?—Kyle Pace

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Leaders instill trust in those thatwork for them. They get thingsdone when they say they’re goingto. There isn’t really a “backburner” to put things on.—Kyle Pace

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Because the 21st century worldis a much smaller place, ourstudents need to be able to “act”using their digital and mediaskills.—J Robinson

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A hustly-bustly learning space is abeautiful thing, but when I put myselfin the shoes of that student, I could tellit might become distracting at times.—Matt Ives

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Many schools and districts are putting in place policies about gadgets and media rather than people and behavior. – Lisa Nielsen

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We should be designing ourinstruction and teaching ourstudents to use a wide selection ofdigital tools that best fits withintheir learning style.—Rob Miller