Today, technology in many forms is an essential tool to access information, make learning visible, connect with people, produce and publish work, and much more. Inaccessible technology hinders authentic learning, connecting, and sharing.
Making multiple forms of technology accessible to learners is vital to ensure equitable and meaningful learning. Dispersing technology throughout the learning environment allows technology to be used when it’s needed in real-time. This pattern pairs well with a mindset shift to use various forms of technology for creative and collaborative learning purposes.
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- Digital Citizenship: Something Schools Cannot Ignore
This article documents some of the reasons why digitally literate kids are an important element of creating a flourishing community.
- What might the Future of Tech in Schools look like?
This article in Forbes speaks to some emerging possibilities.