Touching the Surface of Teaching with Microsoft Surface

This summer, Julie Lindsay and I enjoyed playing with and reflecting on Microsoft Surface.  See for yourself and share your thoughts:

There are many reasons I love such tactile-intensive devices including the fact that they have the possibility to ‘cross the midline' something particularly important for younger kids.  This video is about 1/3 looking at surface and 2/3rds a video blog from me sharing the positives and negatives of surface computing and a challenge to those developing surface devices.

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3 thoughts on “Touching the Surface of Teaching with Microsoft Surface

  1. Walked by the Rogers at Bloor St today and saw them installing this.

    Its been off so I couldn’t see what it does.

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