The right and wrong ways to use technology in the classroom

Teachers should regularly allow students to use cellphones, flip cameras and other tools to record lessons and classroom exchanges, but avoid relying too heavily on technology and online polling programs that provide shortcuts to check for understanding, writes high-school teacher Paul Barnwell. In this commentary, Barnwell offers some advice to help teachers navigate the complicated field of classroom technology. Other suggestions include encouraging students to make phone calls when conducting research, but not rely on texting and e-mail.

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