How technology has changed teaching

04/1/2012 | McClatchy Washington Bureau

In schools nationwide, officials say technology is causing teachers to rethink their approach to classroom instruction. Technology has allowed teachers to transition from disseminating information to acting as learning coaches. Supporters of the digital movement say devices, such as tablet computers, help students stay engaged and prepare them for college and careers. However, concerns remain over cost, and some critics say there is no evidence that technology improves learning.

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