April 22, 2014

“The central question for educators is whether schools of the future will go on teaching the same curriculum, using computers to do the job better, or whether we’ll see radical change in what is taught and what is learned in schools. In my address I shall suggest that the education system will not be able to bring itself to decide on radical change in the curriculum. But there will be radical change all the same, despite the system’s lack of decision-making power.”

Papert, Seymour. (1986) Logo as Trojan Horse: Rethinking Logo Philosophy In the Context of a Real School Experience. From the Proceedings of the Logo 86 Conference. Cambridge, MA: MIT.


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