Peter Cochrane: Teaching technology

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Peter Cochrane: Teaching hasn't changed fundamentally in 6,000 years
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Peter Cochrane: Teaching hasn't changed fundamentally in 6,000 years

Teachers may prefer PowerPoint over chalk and blackboard, but nothing has fundamentally changed in teaching in 6,000 years, argues Peter Cochrane

Since I first started learning about science and engineering, so much has changed. For me it began with logarithms, slide rules, early mainframe computers, pens, pencils and lots of paper. My first...

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