A while ago I posted 10 Educational Technology Quotes I found to be inspiring, provoking, or just witty. Since then, I have been on patrol to find more educational technology quotes, and it has been a hard search! I’m not sure if it’s because the field is still relatively new or if it’s because I’m just not looking in the right places, but it shouldn’t be this hard to find good quotes about educational technology!
In any case, after months of searching, I finally have ten more quotes worthwhile of being presented. Enjoy!
“Teachers need to stop saying, ‘Hand it in,’ and start saying ‘Publish It,’ instead” – Alan November
“Digital media enables us to build more stages for our kids to express themselves.” – Marco Torres
“When faced with a steam-rolling technology, you either become part of the technology or part of the road!” – Nigel Willetts
“The technology itself is not transformative. It’s the school, the pedagogy, that is transformative.” – Tanya Byron
“The biggest problem in teaching particular lessons: the gaps. Online tools can fill in those gaps. 90% of students learn 90% of the material. There’s that missing 10% and it’s never the same 10%.” – Michael Gough
“We already knew that kids learned computer technology more easily than adults, It is as if children were waiting all these centuries for someone to invent their native language.” – Jaron Lanier
“To understand their world we must be willing to immerse ourselves in that world. We must embrace the new digital reality. If we can’t relate, if we don’t get it, we won’t be able to make schools relevant to the current and future needs of the digital generation.” – Ian Jukes
“Television didn’t transform education. Neither will the internet. But it will be another tool for teachers to use in their effort to reach students in the classroom. It will also be a means by which students learn outside the classroom” – John Palfrey
“Our children have digital limbs. We cannot amputate them at the front door.” – Brendan Murphy
“Curriculum tells you what to teach, but doesn’t tell you HOW you have to, make the shift to the 21st century learning environment.” – Stacy Behmer
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