[Olpc-open] Olpc-open Digest, Vol 18, Issue 2
tall897 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 2 06:54:00 EST 2007
The information I present is not from "my theories" but, among others, the
widely accepted ones of Piaget, and Werner and Wapner, the latter having
been, so to speak, down the street from MIT at Clark University. All of
which was cutting edge stuff-- fifty years ago.
One would hope that you show a more tempered response to students who
disagree with you than you did towards me.
On Dec 2, 2007 2:37 AM, Ed Montgomery <edm at rocketmail.com> wrote:
> Dear Dr. Clinical/Child Psychologist whatever:
> I'm just a lowly teacher, with years of dealing with
> computers and kids (sometimes as many as 30 at a time,
> as opposed to your say, one at a time?). Your
> 'objective' proof is nonsense. I've seen many
> children go on to productive careers in many fields,
> and they are all grateful that they had
> exposure/access to computers to help them in their
> education, etc. This project will help to address,
> amongst other things, the digital divide, where only
> the wealthy (exemplis gratis, child psychologists,
> have access to computers, their children have
> computers, etc.). So, are you telling me that you,
> your colleagues, other doctors, child psychologists,
> don't use computers? Not useful? Don't use them for
> educational purposes, etc.? Nonsense.
> I'd say your license should be revoked, based on your
> statements. Who knows what other crackpot theories
> you have. (But please, go ahead and enlighten us.)
> Be a better pen pal.
> Text or chat with friends inside Yahoo! Mail. See how.
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