What to do before adopting one-to-one technology programs

10/14/2013 | Center for Teaching Quality

One-to-one technology programs likely will become the norm in schools, asserts education blogger Paul Barnwell. However, in this post, Barnwell shares several things teachers should do before implementing such programs. They include ensuring that all teachers are trained and comfortable with the digital tools, teachers and students address mindful technology use, students are held accountable, and teachers are ready to assess and evaluate the use of the technology.

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