Advice for teacher-leaders when integrating classroom technology

Jennifer Barnett, a technology-integration specialist at Childersburg High School in Childersburg, Ala., in this commentary shares several mistakes that she and other educators have made when integrating technology in the classroom, such as presenting an idea without a plan and details. She suggests ways fellow teacher-leaders can avoid this and other mistakes, such as lacking flexibility and failing to adequately focus on feedback.

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