Today's Classrooms Are More Effective

Krembs, Ann
August 2007
Learning & Leading with Technology;Aug2007, Vol. 35 Issue 1, p6
The article focuses on the reaction of a teacher on the issue about the performance of schools nowadays. She noted that schools today are doing better since access to information is instantaneous. She explained that teacher and student relationship is being more emphasized in the classroom. Teachers and students learn today in this exact second about the past, present, and future. She stressed that students contribute to the information being generated and collaborate with their educators while learning.


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