Here is another in the ongoing saga about “technology” in education. Recently, we saw an article stating that it’s not yet right to introduce technology into the classroom (or, maybe a better way to put it – expand it in the classroom). Yet – as this article states (from THE Journal – and the author is a school principal) “students are already involved with lots of technology, devices and content”. So – the idea is – how do teachers and educators use technology to drive student engagement. It’s an interesting article. See if you agree. And as mentioned numerous times in the past, get involved with your school, your student’s teachers and discuss the real merits and opportunities technology provides.
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