Several years ago I put an old Filmstrip Projector on my desk. When students asked what it was, I showed them how it worked. They Said, "Oh, that's just a PowerPoint!" [The delivery system has changed but the receiver (5 senses) has pretty much stayed the same!]
"High Tech, Low Tech, New Tech, Old Tech - If it Helps Us LEARN, We USE IT!" tm http://historyclassroom.com
"...using the Technology of the Future to teach the Significance of the Past." Nov.1997 - The Charger -- John S. http://youtu.be/gmHfjb_UK7Q
How has teaching changed? What are all the things that the video left out?
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