Will There Be Teachers in the Classroom of the Future?... But We Don't Think about That
by Seth Chaiklin & Matthew W. Lewis — 1988
At first, new educational technologies engender reactions pro and con. As the new possibilities mature, however, different issues become more clearly defined, the classic problems of education-the responsibilities of teaching, the selection of content, the justification of competing goals, the mundane mechanics of implementation, and the inspiration of unstinting effort.
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