Teachers using pens and paper in the classroom “not fair” to students, Microsoft official says

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Teachers using pens and paper in the classroom “not fair” to students, Microsoft official says (The Georgia Straight, May 15, 2015):

Pens and paper have no place in the modern classroom. And chalkboards? They should be banished from our schools too.

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  1. Insane………………
    If people lose the abilities to read and write using books and papers outside of an electronic medium……..If the plug gets pulled, and the power sources vanish, mankind will indeed revert to a new Dark Age……..

    It could happen so easily, our power grid is old, breaking down and nearly 100 years old. The average power poll was set up in 1909 here in Northern CA…….
    This drive to control and monitor all that everyone does will lead to collapse….I am so glad my time is about up. This is worse than Orwell’s “1984”…..this is worse than anything one could imagine. Insanity.

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