Reflecting on "let 'em cheat".
David J. Churchman, vice principal, Parkside High School, Salisbury, Md.
In my attempt to change the attitude towards student use of technology in our districts I have hit many roadblocks. Your article addresses many of these very well. We must teach our children to be intuitive and become the learners they will need to be in their future, not ours.
J. Todd Chicchirichi, staff development/ technical assistance coordinator, Regional Education Service Agency VIII, Martinsburg, W. Va.
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|Author:||Churchman, David J.; Chicchirichi, J. Todd|
|Article Type:||Letter to the editor|
|Date:||Aug 1, 2007|
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