How the role of the teacher is changing in a high-tech world

11/17/2013 | Education Week Teacher

Technology increasingly is changing the way students learn, and changing the role of the teacher "to give students what technology can't -- motivation, respect, empathy, and passion," said author-educator Marc Prensky, who made a presentation at a recent conference on learning and the brain. Education-technology expert Will Richardson also said at the conference that educators must be "learners first, teachers second."

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