Technology has infused classrooms with useful digital learning tools and has ushered in a new model of connected teaching. Teachers are now linked to professional content, resources, and systems designed to improve instruction and increase personalized learning.

But are all these tech tools making a teacher’s job easier. or more difficult and time-consuming? Teachers are now expected to have data analysis skills at a much deeper level than required in the past.

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  • About the Author:

    Janine Walker Caffrey, Ed.D., is CEO of Lexplore, Inc. Lexplore uses eye tracking and artificial intelligence (AI) to determine a student’s reading level. This evidence-based technology is based on an extensive 30-year research project carried out at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden. Contact Dr. Caffrey at janine.caffrey@lexplore.com.