On day two of the National School Boards Association's Technology + Learning (T+L) Conference in Seattle, panelists in a session titled "Leveraging Banned Technologies to Create Ubiquitous Learning Environments" offered their advice to educators on why technology shouldn't be banned from classrooms--and why saying "yes" is worth the time and effort.

The session started by asking school superintendents and technology chiefs about the use of technology in their schools. Using a Promethean ActivExpression system, educators weighed in on their tech policies and practices.

Here's what they had to say: 50 percent of participants...

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