That’s very pithily put.
You are right.
Most teachers seem stuck at an age from very-long-ago, and continue to use time-tested but now-irrelevant modes of teaching and training.
Used to be, teachers didn’t know technology, and hence were afraid of what they didn’t know.
Now, teachers seem to know technology, but look at it more as a replacement to what they ought to be doing….. And either fear it still, or just summarily replace it.
Waiting for the day when more teachers worldwide use technology in new collaborative ways and empower students to learn relevant skills – and like you said, to learn to read and write online, which is where they are going to spend almost all their interacting anyway, as adults.
Love the comic. So well put.
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