How IT staff, educators can work hand in hand

05/29/2014 | EdTech magazine online

It's possible for the instructional and information technology sides of a school to be at odds, but when they work together the results can benefit the school as a whole, writes education strategist and former teacher Chad A. Stevens. To begin forming such a relationship, Stevens suggests in this commentary that both sides begin by planning education initiatives. He also suggests beginning with the end in mind, asking students what they need in IT and education, sharing risks and understanding costs.

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