The third and final day of the Florida Educational Technology Conference was full of eye-opening keynotes and technology-centered breakout sessions. Friday's sessions featured talks on 21st-century learning, how to ensure that technology adds value to classroom learning, and a session from Chris Dede about new possibilities created by handheld devices.

Dede, the Timothy E. Wirth Professor of Learning Technologies at Harvard University's Graduate School of Education, discussed how wireless mobile devices are going to change things in education and open up interesting opportunities.

"We are living in a very interesting


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