Por cá andam agora com pufes a fingir que são “inovadores” e muito mindfullness e flexíveis. E anda por aí a aparecer outro negócio de milhões com base na generalização de zingarelhos que um ano depois estarão obsoletos.
“Over a decade ago expensive interactive whiteboards were rolled out to schools, without the support of teachers, and we saw no subsequent rise in pupils’ attainment directly linked to that technology.”
In 2004, the then Education Labour Secretary Charles Clarke launched a modernisation drive which included axing blackboards and chalk, or whiteboards and felt-tip pens, in favour of interactive whiteboards.
As part of a £15 billion drive to rebuild or refurbish every secondary school in Britain, it was announced that all primary schools would receive the new boards and they would be automatically installed in every classroom when new schools are built.