Research and teacher experience should drive classroom technology

11/10/2009 | Amarillo Globe-News (Texas)

Teachers should do their homework when deciding what technology to use in the classroom and should speak with peers who have used the technology, according to educators and technology experts. Before making purchases, they say, teachers should research products such as interactive whiteboards, electronic textbooks and computer software.

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