Interactive media has changed the way students learn and will continue to change the way teachers teach, says Chris Dede, a professor at Harvard's Graduate School of Education.

"Almost any piece of information can now be found online in less than a minute," he said during a morning keynote session Jan. 24 at the Florida Educational Technology Conference in Orlando. "We, as educators, must decide what ... knowledge every student should learn to prepare for 21st-century work and citizenship."

During his keynote address, titled "Emerging Interactive Media: What to Use, When, and How,"...

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