2011's disappointments in education technology

12/21/2011 | ZDNet

Ultra-cheap tablets by Android, interactive digital textbook applications and thin computing in schools all made blogger Christopher Dawson's list of education-technology developments that failed to live up to the hype in 2011. Two school-based advancements also made the list: bring-your-own-device programs and tech-centered teaching.

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