How to get the most from education technology

To benefit from education technology, such as iBooks and tablets, the devices must be integrated in such a way that they facilitate learning and inquiry, say William J. Oehlkers and Cindy DiDonato, adjunct professors at Providence College in Rhode Island. They recommend project-based learning, in which students identify a question and search for an answer using technology -- a method they describe as technology-inquiry education.

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