How a lack of school technology can stand in the way of learning

05/12/2011 | Teacher Leaders Network

North Carolina sixth-grade teacher Bill Ferriter writes in this blog post about his frustrations with his school's technology -- or lack thereof. Ferriter writes about a recent lesson that piqued students' curiosity for answers they could not find in a textbook. His school lacks available computers and Internet connectivity to allow them to search for answers online and students had to wait until they were home to continue their research, he writes.

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