Summary Of Unplugged The Myth Of Computers In The Classroom

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In “Unplugged: The Myth of Computers in the Classroom,” David Gelernter suggests the limit of technology use in the classroom. Over that past several years, technology has advanced quite a bit. This new outbreak of technology is beneficial in some ways but Gelernter feels that technology is replacing the ways of teaching. He sees the significance of the subject and offers much visual analysis which helps the reader take more caution in using technology while in the classroom. Gelernter feels that technology builds a wall that enables students to build strong, basic skills. He believes that technology should be used to help the students along, not to replace cognitive thinking. He creates an informational atmosphere in the way he presents the
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