The problem with #edtech debates
José Picardo

It isn’t about “technology” — everybody loves their own technology, be it chalk or a certain forest-destroying notebook brand, a chair or eyeglasses — it’s about comfort within a time period. Many, in all human endeavor, choose to hold onto past practice — horse riding, steel nib pens and inkpots, cooking with a coal fire — the difference is that in education we have “antiquity enforcers,” and they annoy me.

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