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This is a good book for any educator who is planning to integrate technology into the curriculum. It reinforces the need for real-world technology use rather than technology for... Read morePublished on February 5, 2011 by T. Street
Todd Oppenheimer's book is an important read for educators, bureaucrats, and parents alike. He is no Luddite and avoids the trap of blaming technology for everything that's wrong... Read morePublished on January 11, 2011 by CrimsonGirl
This was my first book purchase over the internet, and I was a bit apprehensive about doing it. However, I couldn't have been more pleased about the experience. Read morePublished on March 15, 2007 by Yaddo Hagar
Todd Oppenheimer's "The Flickering Mind" was a very interesting book in my opinion. He is a good storyteller and does have an easy to read writing style that kept me focused on the... Read morePublished on September 22, 2005 by Jason L. Parks
This book is the hardcover edition to "The Flickering Mind: Saving Education from the False Promise of Technology" (2003).Published on July 9, 2005 by M. Ortiz-Rodriguez
I'm a public school technology education teacher. Oppenheimer would call me an Industrial education teacher because I probably don't fit the requirements of a TECHNOLOGY teacher. Read morePublished on November 22, 2004 by brad weist
Todd Oppenheimer attacks "technology" in schools in a one-sided biased rant that would make a fundamentalist blush, and then endorses the Waldorf system. Read morePublished on November 13, 2004 by rhgoldman
Anyone who has paid any attention to education in the past 20 years, whether personally or professionally, knows the tremendous sales job being done in the name of computer... Read morePublished on October 3, 2004 by B. Capossere
On the waldorf-critics discussion list,(...)
Bruce and Walden discussed "The Flickering Mind":
Really, how could even a large anthroposophical Waldorf... Read more