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“Every now and then a book comes along that helps you see the world in a very different way. This is one of those books. … the most important and insightful book I have read in many years.” —CHARLES M. REIGELUTH, Professor of Education, Indiana University

“Marc Prensky–one of the smartest people working in educational reform today–offers us a lucid, inspiring, optimistic, doable, and crucial blueprint for how we can build a future with the schools children desperately need in our modern, high-risk, highly complex, fast-changing, and imperiled world.” —JAMES PAUL GEE, Arizona State University:

“Marc Prensky was always ahead of his time. This book is a goldmine and a powerful wakeup call that the future is already here—in pockets right now but a harbinger of what is rapidly emerging. Read the book and make yourself part of the future today. As we are finding in our own work, students are agents of change—in pedagogy, in learning environments, and of society itself. Exciting possibilities await!” —MICHAEL FULLAN, OISE/University of Toronto:

“Marc Prensky’s answer to the question ‘What is the purpose of education?’—that education should now empower youth to improve their communities and the world—would unleash the energy, creativity, and compassion of students and teachers in ways we have never imagined. We need the better world Prensky envisions and we need it now.” —MILTON CHEN, The George Lucas Educational Foundation:

“For those of us engaged as practitioners in the transformation of K-12 education to better serve the needs of today’s students, Marc Prensky has long been an inspirational thought leader. In this latest book, Prensky offers perhaps the most compelling case and model yet articulated by anyone for project-based, real-world problem-solving as the basis for all learning by today’s globally-empowered children. A must-read book for all educators and anyone who cares about education.” —JAMES TRACEY, Rocky Hill School, RI:

“Wow. As a takeaway it is good—very good.” —JOHN SEELY BROWN, Deloitte Center for the Edge:

“It’s a great book. Filled with food for thought, common sense, provocative ideas, and it’s fun to read.” —NIEVES SEGOVIA, Institucion Educativa SEK (SEK International Schools):