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Bob Harrison
I think you are being very kind in your interpretation of the DfE strategy Martin. It seems to me there is a chasm between the vision for Education 4.0 and the fourth industrial revolution evidence provided by you and others to the Education Select committee and the restricted definition of Education Technology used by the DfE which fails to mention learning and learners? I have always welcomed your vision of the future at various presentations and publications and I know some colleagues say "Well this is better than nothing". But as Jisc was a member of FELTA and ETAG question that? The strategy does not recognise what is already happening in most schools and colleges and there is a risk of it now lowering the bar to this minimalist interpretation? I trust the creativity of teachers and learners more than this regressive intervention
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Greg Escaper
It is such a pleasant sight to witness young people getting more interested in the STEM field. I am sure that this will lead to a huge breakthrough in the future due to these guys.
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