What if... pt. 4

**This is part 4 of a series of weekly questions that are meant to act as conversation starters, or thought experiments.  Discussion and debate are encouraged.  I am not taking a position, merely opening the space of possibilities through discussion**


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  1. Then people would just look up answers on calculators... Which ar generally part of their watch or phone or other multi functional device, always handy.
    That would free up LOTS of class time for authentic inquiry, collaborative construction of meaning, opportunities for higher order thinking...

  2. DwyerTeacher27.5.12

    Or they would adapt by learning mental strategies and then would no longer be slowed down by long, repetitive, and rule based computational methods; which would in turn free up lots of time for higher order thinking.


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