Implementing a one-to-one learning environment

04/11/2011 | Blogs

Technology such as the iPad is making a one-to-one learning environment more practical, says Andrew Marcinek, a technology-integration specialist. To implement a one-to-one program, educators should define their goals and the role of classroom technology, Marcinek writes in this blog post. Then, seek appropriate training in how to use the technology and understand there will be times when lessons benefit from a lack of technology. Finally, he writes, use the device to promote critical thinking among students.

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