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  1. Gary Bau

    Agree with the comments, just one pedant issue, its computer technology, Technology being the art and science of making things includes wood, metal, fabric, and food technologies.

    The whole STEM thing has been taken over by US terminology to the detriment of learners… the T is, or needs to be , more than robotics and coding…

    That schools still cannot get suitably qualified teachers in 2019 when we have been aware of the Digitech revolution for over 30 years speaks volumes on the purpose of schooling.. in contrast to the needs of an educated community. (An earlier post this week asking about the difference b/n schooling and education)

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