In Texas, more than 35 out of 180 school days are spent doing some kind of testing, resulting in many teachers and students burning out, high-school principal Ben Johnson writes in this blog post. Johnson writes that technology could help teachers and students escape from the routine of lectures, worksheets and textbook questions. Johnson writes about an approach called "technology enhanced active learning," which can breathe life back into lessons through multimedia and other tools.
Is technology the solution to testing burnout?
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