This is a guest post by Katrina D. Keller.
Everyone wants to use technology in the classroom, but it is the uneasy relationship many schools and teachers have with technology that is discouraging its adoption. Most bear the notion that technology distracts students and decreases their engagement in the classrooms. However, many teachers and educators view technology as a catalyst for improving learning among the students, but they also believe the scope of technology should be limited.
Most educators can’t really comprehend how technology can be introduced in the classroom or how it is used. Maybe they’re simply too busy, grading papers, prepping students for tests, meeting standards, or simply they aren’t too good working with computers. But this excuse isn’t good enough today.
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