(filme de hannah collins, "a future history", 2006)
"A second problem with technology in education is that producers generally have made outlandish claims for the contribution of their particular technology to learning. The 16-mm film was going to replace teachers. So was educational television. So were teaching machines. Research projects by the thousands documented the power of these media to teach. Sometimes research results were positive in favor of the particular technology; most of the time, research results showed «no significant difference.» Students learned equally well no matter the medium. It seems logical to assume that a fact can be learned from a book or a film or a microcomputer screen with equal ease" (2)
david e. loertscher
(2) LOERTSCHER, David V. - idem. p. 104.