What to do when you're the school's "techy" teacher

09/15/2011 | Edutopia.org

Being known around school as the "techy" teacher often means a lot of requests for help from co-workers who are less tech-savvy, writes English teacher Nick Provenzano. He offers some tips for being helpful in a tech crisis. His advice: Listen to the problem, teach your colleague instead of just fixing the problem and always check back to see if more assistance is needed.

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