18. Technology, learning, and free will [Clark, Notre Dame]

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In the afterword to our collection of essays, Chris Clark urges us to resist labeling a technology as inherently good or bad for teaching and learning. Rather, we should identify learning goals and teaching┬ástrategies before deciding whether a technology can help. Even the most powerful technology can’t turn terrible teaching into excellent learning.

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One Response to 18. Technology, learning, and free will [Clark, Notre Dame]

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