David Andrews, a Year 6 teacher at Spring Cottage Primary School in England, writes in this blog post about how his school has been using technology in some lessons and sticking to more traditional methods for others that call for them. In his investigation of how mobile technology can be used across the curriculum to enhance teaching and learning, Andrews writes that as students use iPods and iPads to complete many tasks in groups, the teacher becomes almost an observer in the classroom.
Can traditional learning techniques work hand-in-hand with technology?
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