Coaxing hesitant teachers to adopt classroom technology

03/28/2013 | Powerful Learning Practice

High-quality teachers often can be hesitant to adopt classroom technology and new instructional practices, according to Jennifer Carey, a teacher at Trinity Valley School in Fort Worth, Texas. In this blog post, Carey offers suggestions for those looking to overcome this barrier, including not seeking to "fix" others' teaching, being open to teachers' technology wants and needs, using other teachers to model and train, and giving teachers time to "play."

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