Educators design lots of lessons and other learning resources, and increasingly they’re being shared online—often free of cost and in ways that are too personalized to be universally applicable.
What is lost when the vast expanse of the internet’s literature is at a student’s fingertips?
But outdated web filters make that mission quite difficult.
"Today more and more I meet high school students who, though they can read, sometimes well and sometimes poorly, are ashamed whenever they are confronted with the need to sign a document."
Teachers who stand in front of their classes and deliver instruction are not "out-of-touch experts"—they're role models.