February 23, 2012

“We do have to think also about content, we do have to think about making another kind of intellectual diet for children, we have to think about them understanding this technology in a deeper way than simply being able to use it, however magical and wonderful and that may be, for access of knowledge and for  communication”

Papert, S. (2004) Keynote address at the i3 1 to 1 Notebook Conference. Sydney, Australia. May 31 – June 2004. 48:54 into video.

Seymour Papert in Sydney, Australia 2004 from Gary Stager on Vimeo.

 

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