This picture was taken in 1963 at a showing of &quot;Saint George and the Dragon&quot; in Paris. Just as the dragon is slain, some children cry out in a combination of horror and delight, while others are taken aback in shock. Every child is consumed with emotion. The experience is captivating, memorable, and lasting. Now let’s compare this to our educational systems.
These are just some. They may not be representative, but they are some that have worked for me.
Using technoogy for your own learning allows you to see how you can use it with others.
My latest idea – involving students in designing the syllabus. Or the class, or whatever you want.
Practical Examples & Lessons in Technology Integration George Veletsianos, PhD University of Manchester