Lessons from a rotary relic
Posted March 8, 2014on:
Now this is entertaining. Kids born in the 2000s were asked to use a relic of the 20th century, a rotary phone. I can still remember my six-digit home phone number…
Listen to their comments, giggle at their puzzled looks, and watch them struggle. Throw in a cassette tape while you are at it.
For entertainment value, this is priceless. As a lesson for the kids on recent technological history, it might have been an eye-opener.
But here is a question for teachers: Are you still in rotary phone mode when we already have smartphones today?