• ” … This is perhaps not surprising because the sameclaims have been made about every new technologydeveloped in the last century. For example, when themotion picture, radio, and television were invented,each was hailed as answer to solving educationalproblems” (Heinich, 1979; Cuban, 1986; Mayer, 1999).• ”Instructional methods make the difference in how wellstudents learn, not the message or the deliverytechnology” (Clark, 1983)Over-expectations with to respect to itsintrinsic effects on learning
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Roschelle, J., & Pea, R. (2002).A walk on the WILD side: howwireless handhelds maychange CSCL, 51-60.Retrieved fromhttp://dl.acm.org/citation.cfm?id=1658616.16586242002“His 2002 paper with Roy Pea,"Walk on the Wild Side," hasbeen influential inunderstanding the futurepossibilities for wirelesshandheld learning devices”