This radio-book was the future of education

New technologies often go through a honeymoon phase where educators hold them up as the futuristic savior of learning, Gizmodo reports. Today teachers can't get enough of those Kindles, iPads and MOOCs which promise to radically change education for generations to come. But this line of thinking has a long history. In the 1930s some people predicted that TV might allow students of the future to get a university education without ever stepping

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