Readers offer ideas on education technology

12/10/2012 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

Some readers who responded to a recent SmartBrief on Education blog post on education technology agreed with Nicholas Provenzano's opinion that technology does not have to be a part of every classroom lesson and that teachers should consider the lesson first and then the tool that would add to it. Others questioned him, saying that is not always the case. "I agree that many great lessons do not need technology. ... However, it needs to be recognized that technology makes some great lessons possible that were unthinkable before," one commenter wrote.

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