Ed-tech leaders discuss how to address critics of one-to-one initiatives
Ed-tech initiatives will always have critics. But administrators can take action and leverage resources to ensure that their one-to-one and mobile learning initiatives are implemented carefully and successfully.
A panel of four ed-tech experts discussed how recent criticisms have questioned the effectiveness of one-to-one initiatives after several initiatives encountered much-publicized bumps in the road.
But these initiatives, when implemented properly, are tools that help districts transform teaching and learning into impactful models that give students skills they’ll need in the future, such as problem solving, critical thinking, the ability to locate and evaluate information, and more.
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