Education leaders recognize that tomorrow's teachers must be increasingly tech-savvy. There are many barriers preventing this necessary step from occurring, but surveys indicate that the three most prominent are weak incentives, lack of time, and inadequate leadership. Some steps have been taken to address these problems, however:

  1. Weak incentives.
  2. The problem with incentives begins in teacher-education courses at the university level. Education professors often have weaker technology skills than their students, and they are reluctant to show their weakness or change their mode of teaching. Some university teaching programs are now seeking ways to build into their tenure


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