Handhelds are empowering revolutions. Why are we not using them to empower education?
This morning at Howard Rheingold’s SmartMobs.com, where I am on the blogging team, I posted this: Could Egypt be having a “Flash Mob Revolution?” I quoted a post by Jazz Shaw who described how mobile devices are used to organize scattered mobile device owners to takes some sort of action.
I just heard on the news that U.S. State Department spokesman P.J Crowley is using Twitter to send policy messages about Egypt.
Question: Why then do we not deliver knowledge for the learning in the same way? Why not?
If the Sphinx knows he is not talking.