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June 30, 2011

“So, I think the first impact of paper on education is that we’ve created a form of school and of learning that means that people with certain kinds of personalities, certain structures, neurological structures, take to it well and succeed, and some of them take to it less well and don’t succeed, and some of them that are really far from succeeding are jettisoned from society.”

Papert, S. (2004) Keynote address at the i3 1 to 1 Notebook Conference. Sydney, Australia. May 31 – June 2004. 25:25 into video.

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

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