A panel of educators speak about good models of teaching and learning with technology.
Tell us about your most successful experience with integrating technology into the curriculum. Share a tip, insight, or special story about how technology is used effectively in your classroom or at your site to support student achievement.
Research Tells Us...
Putting computers in every classroom is not enough to ensure effective usage. The needed ingredient is a commitment across the school to bring the technology to everyday instruction.
The Field Tells Us...
Support and training are often not sufficient enough to encourage teachers to spend the time it takes to actively plan strategic lessons around technology tools.
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How can a school actively and realistically provide the technical support to keep equipment running reliably, as well as provide strong, job-imbedded training to support teachers through the learning curve of using technology that results in a school-wide commitment to effectively using technology to enhance teaching and learning?
Click "View All Responses" to browse through the questions that have been answered by education technology experts Diane Kendall, editor of Children's Software Press, and Dr. Merle Marsh, academic dean of Worcester Preparatory School. To find questions and answers about a specific topic, click "View All Responses" and then use the search tool that appears at the top of the list.
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