Having access to an unlimited collection of educational resources on the internet does not mean that our students have the time, or capacity to absorb this information
Goh Poh Sun (First draft at 0800am, on June 13, 2015)
Having access to the vast resources available on the internet, similar to having access to a well stocked, comprehensive library, or even a good textbook, does not necessarily mean that our students have the time, or capacity to absorb this wealth of information. There is a continuing role for the teacher to guide, highlight, reinforce and contextualize this information. Illustrate its relevance. Show how, and where it might be used.