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Just because work is hands-on</br> does not mean it is minds-on.</br> —Terry Heick
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Just because work is hands-on does not mean it is minds-on.
—Terry Heick

If we’re going to integrate technology into education successfully, we need to understand the difference between learning “from computers” and learning “with technology.”
—Saga Briggs

Allow children to spend time in real and digital spaces, so long as they are still positively engaged in other important areas of their lives like education, activities, and play.
—Michael Robb & Junlei LI

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