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We’re at the point where the Internet pretty much supplies everything we need.
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“We’re at the point where the Internet pretty much supplies everything we need. We don’t really need teachers in the same way anymore.”
—Michael Godsey

“In a world that is seeing content multiply at an exponential rate, it is also important to help students become seekers of knowledge and lifetime self-learners.”
—Michael Gorman

If we want teachers to try new tech tools and instructional practices, then give teachers a chance to try them out in context. Not as a special training.”
—Kerry Gallagher

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