February 8, 2011

“It is not surprising that people rooted in schools’ concept of how learning should take place resist such restructuring. What is surprising is the logical distortion they resort to in order to persuade themselves that there are powerful objective reasons that make the transformation impossible.”

Papert, S. (1996).  Computers in the Classroom: Agents of Change. The Washington Post Education Review Sunday, October 27, 1996

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