Technology requires effective operators to benefit students

03/1/2011 | Kalamazoo Gazette (Mich.)

The effect of educational technology on student learning is dependent on how it is implemented by teachers and schools, says Kalamazoo Gazette reporter and education blogger Julie Mack. With investments in training and support, technology can help inform changes to the curriculum, individualize instruction or provide homework help for students, rather than becoming simply an expensive distraction, she writes.

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