New Materialities and Maker Paradigms in Schools
The mistake I see a lot of schools making is that they don’t view technology as a tool for learning. That’s why I never use the word “integration”—because you don’t integrate reading into your English curriculum. Right? It’s a core skill.
— Bradly, K–12 technology director
I have a commitment to deciphering objects and texts, and that’s what I’ve done my whole career. I get the feeling that something else is about to happen where instead of deciphering objects, I’m going to be thinking about creating [them]. I mean, we’re about to reconceptualize the object.
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