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Many of us have not accepted thatmuch of what we value and believeabout teaching has already beenreplaced by technology.—Chad Evans
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Many of us have not accepted thatmuch of what we value and believeabout teaching has already beenreplaced by technology.—Chad Evans

Many of us have not accepted that much of what we value and believe about teaching has already been replaced by technology.
—Chad Evans

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Standards alone, even if they are rigorous, do not guarantee rigor in the classroom. Your instructional practices, or how you implement standards, are just as critical as the curriculum.
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