How computing is changing the classroom (18 Jun 2004)
They have realised that the point is not to get excited about the technology, or even to think too much about it - apart from the small proportion of kids who might want to be programmers or go into the industry.
The point is to make the computers disappear from view, so that using one in class or for homework is as unremarkable as using a textbook or a pencil.
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