Asking the right question about technology in the classroom

06/20/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

When introducing technology, such as iPads, in the classroom, it can be natural to first ask whether the technology is compatible with what is already done in the class. David Jakes, a digital-learning strategist, writes in this blog post that a better question to ask is, "What should the student learning experience be?" He adds: "Make it about them and what they should experience in your school as a learner."

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