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Recommendation - 1.4

All learners will have engaging and empowering learning experiences both in and outside of school that prepare them to be active, creative, knowledgeable, and ethical participants in our globally networked society.
To meet this goal, we recommend the following action:

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Recommendation - 1.3

All learners will have engaging and empowering learning experiences both in and outside of school that prepare them to be active, creative, knowledgeable, and ethical participants in our globally networked society.
To meet this goal, we recommend the following action:

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Recommendation - 1.2

All learners will have engaging and empowering learning experiences both in and outside of school that prepare them to be active, creative, knowledgeable, and ethical participants in our globally networked society.
To meet this goal, we recommend the following action:

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Recommendation - 1.1

All learners will have engaging and empowering learning experiences both in and outside of school that prepare them to be active, creative, knowledgeable, and ethical participants in our globally networked society.
To meet this goal, we recommend the following action:

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Acknowledgments

We extend our appreciation to the thousands of individuals who participated in the numerous discussions, focus groups, presentations, webinars, public forums, and web-based comment events that were held throughout the plan development process. A summary of the activities through which stakeholders contributed input is provided below.

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Technical Working Group

Daniel E. Atkins, University of Michigan
John Bennett, Akron Public Schools

John Seely Brown, Deloitte Center for the Edge
Aneesh Chopra, White House Office of Science and Technology Policy
Chris Dede, Harvard University
Barry Fishman, University of Michigan
Louis Gomez, University of Pittsburgh
Margaret Honey, New York Hall of Science

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Contributors

We extend our deepest thanks to the members of the National Educational Technology Plan Technical Working Group for their extensive contributions to the plan’s vision for the future of education:

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How This Plan Was Developed

The U.S. Department of Education initiated the development of Transforming American Education in spring 2009 to capitalize on the opportunities created by technological advancements and new research on learning that have emerged since the publication of the last national educational technology plan in 2004.

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References

Ancess, J. (2000). The reciprocal influence of teacher learning, teaching practice, school restructuring, and student learning outcomes. Teachers College Record, 102(3), 590-619.

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Focus on Grand Challenge Problems

We urge the national research center to focus on grand challenge problems in education research and development. “Grand challenge problems” are important problems that require bringing together a community of scientists and researchers to work toward their solution.

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