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“Teachers tend to celebrate success on blogs and social media—as we should—but sometimes a reminder of our challenges and mistakes is just as valuable.”
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“Teachers tend to celebrate success on blogs and social media—as we should—but sometimes a reminder of our challenges and mistakes is just as valuable.”
—Adam Schoenbart

“The real issue is not that children are using screens, but how children are being required to spend their days, regardless of whether or not they’re using devices.”
—Lisa Nielsen

“There are cynics and traditionalists who insist that technology gadgets in the classroom don’t improve learning, but the meteoric rise of the edtech sector appears to tell a different story.”
—Alison Coleman

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