A digital native’s slightly cynical review of “Alone Together”

A digital native’s slightly cynical review of “Alone Together”

I don’t think that I was Sherry Turkle’s audience for Alone Together. She writes about adolescents who grew up around the internet as a strange new species, and at 26 from a techie family, I fall into her category of those who “grew up tethered.” Link is to my review of the book on Goodreads. More thoughts to come here on some of her particular points and how they connect to teaching and learning.

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