Monday, July 03, 2006

Expert: Tech-smart children demand relevant curriculum

From the CEC Smart Brief:

Australian tech expert Ian Jukes says their experience with digital technologies causes today's "dotcom kids" to process information and interact with others in very different ways from previous generations. As a result, teachers must embrace curriculum that promotes information fluency and focuses on practical applications relevant to the workplace, Jukes writes. The Age (Melbourne, Australia) (free registration) (7/3)

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