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A Dangerous Web

Will Richardson has probably done as much as anyone to help teachers mine the educational potential of the Web, but he's also wary of the seismic shifts in social relations and information consumption that interactive technology appears to be creating. The question for teachers, he says, is "how do we address these issues as a part of the the literacies we teach our kids in the curriculum so they can accurately assess what is real and what is not?"

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