“Indeed, I would argue that anything that could be implemented in a school context without extensive use of digital technologies could not be fully true to the progressive ideal that children should be able to acquire knowledge by using it in activities in which they have a personal interest.”
Papert, S. (1998) “Whose Finger is on the Button?” The Independent. London. Thursday 21 May 1998.
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