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Technology Does Not Replace Teachers

My take on teaching and education is that it is not about the content and the facts. It is about the relationships and connections. …This indicates to me the intense value of a teacher. The value is not in their ability to transmit facts, but in their ability to care for their learners. Good teachers can not be replaced by technology. What technology does is allow teachers to spend more time focusing on their learners and building those relationships.” – Alice Keeler

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  1. I couldn’t agree more, Alice.

    I’m always baffled by teachers who resist technology because they think it’s taking them AWAY from their students. Thanks for the eloquent wording here – hopefully it can help reverse some of the thinking of those who fear stepping into the world of EdTech.

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