How digital learning could free teachers

08/10/2011 | Education Next

Technology and digital tools likely are to take over much of the direct instruction in today's classrooms, says Michael B. Horn, co-founder and executive director of education at Innosight Institute. This change will liberate teachers, he writes, and give them more time to initiate project-based learning, help individual students and pursue their own passions for teaching and learning.

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