Interesting ...

Had improvements in efficiency and reductions in the cost of automobiles followed patterns similar to the computer industry, each of us would be able to buy a Rolls-Royce today for roughly $2.75; it would get nearly 3,000,000 miles to the gallon and deliver enough power to tow an aircraft carrier.

Lepper, M. R. (1985). Microcomputers in Education: motivational and social issues. American Psychologist, 40(1), 1-18.

This was written over 30 years ago. I wonder what he'd say today?



unit 3: Governance

MrCooke's picture

Read the first chapter of the unit (pp. 140-148) and make note of information that stands out for you. 

In a written short essay, complete an answer for questions 2 and 4 on page 149. Completed answers should be 3 or 4 paragraphs long, and address several relevant ideas.


question number 3 page 117

Newell774's picture

the basic purpose was a transcontinental railway,  the railway was a  promise to British Columbia upon its entry into Confederation the railway was for shiping stuff and a way for people to come and go as they please if some people didnt have a place to get around too 



Chapter 10

saulnie987's picture

Creative Thinking; creative thinking comes without training and practice. Its more of the saying "thinking outside the box" in which you look in different perspectives to solve a problem or challenge.


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