How are schools preparing students for the shift to one-to-one?

03/17/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

While students are technology-savvy in their personal lives, they may be resistant to shifting to a one-to-one environment in school, writes David Jakes, coordinator of instructional technology in an Illinois district. In this blog post, Jakes writes that educators should expect some degree of push-back as they alter what "normal" means at school and change how students use technology. He writes that how schools prepare students for this change "will speak volumes about the type of learning culture your school has."

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