One-to-one computing programs only as effective as their teachers
Experts say 1-to-1 computing research needs to focus more on classroom practices—and less on equipment
By Meris Stansbury, Associate EditorRead more by Meris Stansbury
A compilation of four new studies of one-to-one computing projects in K-12 schools identifies several factors that are key to the projects’ success, including adequate planning, stakeholder buy-in, and strong school or district leadership. Not surprisingly, the researchers say the most important factor of all is the teaching practices of instructors. Read more with registration.