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June 09, 2010


John McLear

I agree wholeheartedly

Ollie Bray

Thanks John and thanks again for all your comments on this series of posts. OB

Chris B

A fantastic and thought provoking post, as ever, Ollie. Will we ever see "Digital Life" in the curriculum alongside Maths, English, Science etc? There will be lots of teachers out there who do not interact with social media due to a fear of crossing (muddling?) the private/public line in their lives. But teachers maybe 2 or 3 generations from now will see that attitude as archaic. It's only a matter of time.

Chris, BrainPOP UK

Ollie Bray

Hi Chris - I think your right. I don't know if we will see 'digital life' its should just be 'life'. What we need to do is make sure that this sort of thing has a big component of the PSHE curriculum. Hope to see you at some point. Ollie

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