What to do when middle-schoolers struggle with technology

04/8/2013 | Powerful Learning Practice

Not every student can use the latest digital tools with ease, so teachers should focus on just a few tools and those that students use best, Israel-based online educator Smadar Goldstein writes in this blog post. "It's better to start small -– simply, neatly and in an organized fashion, rather than jump around from tech tool to tech tool, just because something looks good or sounds cool (that can be so tempting, we all know)," Goldstein writes.

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