Jay Cross starts off by looking back to his school days – when slide rules ruled, and pocket calculators just added up. (I’m not quite that old, but maths was definitely log books only, though calculators could be used for Physics etc).

The main point though is looking at how things have changed over time – and how students should be learning how to find & use information, not memorise it. It’s something I can fully agree with.

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