Another dot in the blogosphere?

Still true

Posted on: April 29, 2019

I was not the first to point this out. Unfortunately, I will not be the last.

I cannot remember when I first started using this phrase: We have 21st century learners taught by 20th century teachers in 19th century classrooms. I can point to one of my keynote slides that someone put on Pinterest.

Searching my Google Presentations, I found a keynote slide in 2016, another keynote slide in 2014, and a presentation for a Google event in 2012.

I will stop saying this the day it no longer is true. In the mean time, I offer a slightly different quote.

We still have 21st century learners taught by 20th century teachers in 19th century classrooms.

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