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Why Do You Ask?

From asking questions that require an answer To asking questions that require a conversation.

Thursday, November 08, 2007

Sylvia Martinez's Filter Falacy Article

Sylvia Martinez, from Gen YES, shared a story about how some kids at a high school bypassed their filtering system in order to get to the web sites they needed for their tech teacher to be as effective as he could be.  I loved their dilemma - not was it right to bypass, but what if their teacher got in trouble because they were in his class.  Killer!

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At 3:07 PM, Anonymous sylvia martinez said...

Thanks for reading, Ric!

We so underestimate kids - and it's a shame, not just for the wasted potential, but because we miss the opportunities to build bridges to the next generation.


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