4/24/2012

At a time when many schools are rushing to add more technology to their classrooms, there's not a computer, iPad or interactive whiteboard in sight at the Ottawa, Canada, Waldorf school. With Waldorf's hands-on, tactile-rich curriculum, technology is seen as a distraction that interferes with creativity and reduces attention spans. So, in Alan Krueger's geography lesson for example, students draw a map rather than click on one.

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