How textbooks are sabotaging teaching, learning

How textbooks are sabotaging teaching, learning
Textbooks are an obstacle to learning, says Ben Stern, technology integrationist for a middle school in New York City. In this blog post, he writes that textbooks present an easy way out for teachers and students -- allowing them to avoid questions over what should be taught. Technology, Stern writes, such as Internet resources and educational applications, can improve teaching and learning -- by replacing textbooks -- if there are wholesale curriculum changes that accompany them. SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education (8/29)

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