How 2 teachers made the transition to technology integrators

09/25/2013 | EdTech magazine online

Teachers who make the transition to be education-technology coaches in their schools say they have less one-on-one time with students, but are able to take a more active role in improving teaching and learning, this article notes. Two educators who made the leap share their stories, saying they find there are similarities between the two roles, such as the need to have empathy for students and teachers -- some of whom may not be tech-savvy.

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