Just occasionally when scouring through the mounds of blogs, wikis, journals, online resources and techy mags I come across an article I'd wish I'd written... and when you've read it, it seems to be such an obvious thing to say. This is because you are in total agreement to it. But of course then you think would others concur? So here we go, this was such an article by Matt Britland from the Teacher Network in the Guardian online.
In summary these are the two points I totally agree with, however click on the image below to view the full article.
What is the future of technology in education? Forget devices, the future of education technology is all about the cloud.
"The future is about access, anywhere learning and collaboration, both locally and globally. Teaching and learning is going to be social."
Chris O'Reilly is an Educational Technologist and freelance advisor for online educational learning material and development.