Classrooms and technology: Pencil integration, pencil natives

Are you reading Tom Johnson’s Adventures in Pencil Integration?

Do you care about technology in your classroom, here in 1897?

You might even laugh.  It’s well written, well worth the read.  See his recent piece, “They’re Still Pencil Natives,” for example.  His piece on the district’s blocking of phonographs is good, too.  It’ll give you a new appreciation for “bandwidth.”

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