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Last week, we presented this prompt to our followers.

The prompt generated some interesting reflections from our followers. Let’s try it!

Prompt: What has changed since you were at school?

Think about the classrooms you were a part of as a child and classrooms today. You might like to reflect on:

  • What has changed in terms of the curriculum or subject areas taught?
  • What has changed in terms of materials or tools commonly found in classrooms?
  • How have attitudes and standards changed?
  • What do you think classrooms will look like in the future?

We would love to hear a bit about your own experiences at school.

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    • Thank you, BrP. I enjoyed reading this and left a comment!
      Kathleen

      • Kathleen Morris
  1. We have moved to iPads in MIddle school. Students seem more interested in playing than focused learning. I am finding their devices limiting in the scope of what I would like to do with W2 tools. I have managed to get students to create web pages about specific topics (laptops). I am keen for students to explore and evaluate the mammoth amount of information on just about any topic we choose. iPads don’t have a clean web builder like Wix.com. Does anyone know of a good one out there lurking in the murky depths?

    • Don’t apologise, Ines. This is a wonderful reflection and I thank you for sharing it!

      Kathleen

      • Kathleen Morris
    • Hi Alicia,

      Nice work! I enjoyed reading your combined post. Some very wise advice there!

      Kathleen

      • Kathleen Morris