In July 1913, the New York Dramatic Mirror, a theatrical trade newspaper, reported an interview with the inventor Thomas Edison. The newspaper asked Edison for his views on the future of the motion picture. However, Edison was not only trying to promote a new educational technology (the classroom movie projector) but also a new method of teaching “through the eye”. His quoted words continue: We have been working for some time on the school pictures. If focus on how new technology may or may not change education, we are missing the more important and enduring transformations brought by pedagogy – the theory and practice of teaching, learning and assessment. By emphasizing pedagogy rather than technology, get to the core of how people learn and how to make teaching more effective. They started by pointing out that humans are the only species to have developed formal ways to enhance learning, through teachers, schools and curricula.