Humanizing technology

“We don’t have 29 users on the server. We have 29 *people* using the server. We’ve got to humanize the technology.” – Dan Maas (Twittered by budtheteacher) It’s interesting to me that sometimes one of the greatest protests I hear from educators about technology is that it dehumanizes the classroom.   They feel that way for various reasons–they may view the technology as a barrier between themselves and students, they may feel uncomfortable with it, they may not be getting effective, friendly training, and they may […]