Technology will transform learning? It already has. We can learn what we want when we want and how we want . The video is valid in that it maintains we have put vast amounts of money and time into transforming learning. Teachers have worked long and hard to implement all of this, to find out what works, to ensure the curriculum delivery is maintained and break new ground in how learning can occur. If you know what you want or need to learn then there are now plenty of ways of doing that. What if you are not aware of what you need to know? What if your perspective is limited? What if you are doing what I blogged about yesterday and limiting yourself to what is available as far as you are concerned. I was brought up on the ignorance is bliss saying. It’s true , you can be blissfully happy until you find out you are lacking, you don’t have the skills or you have missed seeing the big picture. Teachers don’t just deliver content. They have a duty of care and are also the adults entrusted to share vision along with parents. Teachers can guide students through possibilities, encourage them to take risks, ensure their eyes are opened to all the things they could be or do. Technology makes that aspect of the job easier because teachers can easily access authentic materials to support their learning plans. It is possible to show what it looks like, where it ends up, what the implications are. Within that , though, anyone can be learning anything at any time now. You don’t have to wait to know. It really is all about personalised learning.