All students use technology every day in school to access information, to communicate with others about what they are learning, and to create new knowledge based on a curriculum the school and community deem vital.
Here's a great article on replacing traditional textbooks with electronic documents in the form of an ePub .. http://www.edutopia.org/blog/collaboration-model-epub-collective-andrew-marcinek .
I wonder how this bill will effect access to literature and information on the internet. If we decrease the sharing of knowledge I fear that we are limiting our children's future.
access is the key to growth
Access is essential to success. Without free and widespread access, opportunities for students to learn in a 21st. Century environment will not exist and they will not be able to complet with students inside and outside their district and around the world. South Carolina will not grow as other states do if we do not open doors for student learning.
Classroom Without Walls uses a website called edmodo for students to safely communicate with each other in a learning environment. Students also use ipads to learn. For more: http://classwithoutwalls.com/
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