How Google Glass can be used to help improve education [Infographic]


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  1. davidroper

    [@BruceM] I watched my grandson write his name on a paper for school yesterday and I almost cried in front of him. 8th grade. He printed his name and then carefully “connected” the letters to look like he did it in cursive writing.

    I think I shall close now and complete my cry over this, now.

  2. BruceM

    In Washington, DC, the public school teachers no longer teach cursive writing in elementary school (or any other grade, for that matter). They are too busy teaching required subjects each day to meet the objectives defined by the school system, in order to prepare their students for the mandatory government tests each year. These students do not learn anything beyond printing, as a mechanical writing skill, and are completely lost as they get older / graduate, and have to deal with other people’s cursive handwriting. So much for the America’s capital city…. or, as our students go, so goes the country….

  3. Seamus McSeamus

    [@David Roper]
    Want to see something both funny and sad? Pull into a fast food place and watch the window jockey try to make change — and that’s with the cash register telling them the correct amount of change due back to the customer!

  4. David Roper

    Funny, I used to talk to them to communicate.

    Kids cannot even write a paragraph these days in cursive writing.

    Sad. My grandson “writes” his signature by printing and then connecting the letters.