Successful one-to-one programs require a shift in practice

11/7/2012 | T.H.E. Journal

To have a successful one-to-one learning program, schools need to focus on transforming how educators teach and how administrators direct this shift in pedagogy before buying devices and mobile applications, writes Leslie Wilson, CEO of the nonprofit One-to-One Institute. Wilson writes in this opinion article that leaders, from superintendents to principals, need to have a vision on how this technology will be used in the classroom, and then coordinate best-practice training and feedback opportunities for teachers.

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