I am really interested in the “myths” that are debunked in this study
Myth 1: New technologies are being developed all the time, the past history of the impact of technology is irrelevant to what we have now or will be available tomorrow.
Today’s children are digital natives and the ‘net’ generation – they learn differently from older people.
Myth 3: Learning has changed now we have access to knowledge through the internet, today’s children don’t need to know stuff, they just need to know where to find it.
Myth 4: Students are motivated by technology so they must learn better when they use it.
Myth 5: The Everest Fallacy: we must use technology because it is there!
Myth 6: The “More is Better” Fallacy.
What do you think are the biggest myths in EdTech?