October 2018 Archives

Today's elementary school students have grown up with devices, but they still need guidance and structure around tech use, writes Natalie Makulski.


Teachers can leverage teens' tech expertise and social media savvy, but remember that students still need training in new tools to use them well, writes Aaron Manfull.


Students have been conditioned to use devices for entertainment, not academics, writes social studies teacher Matt Miles.


Teachers can face pressure to center technology in their classrooms, but these tools are only useful when they assist in instruction, writes Kathleen Sheehy.


Integrating technology requires a significant investment of time and money, but the resources are well-spent if the focus is improving instruction, writes educational consultant Matthew Lynch.


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