If you’ve been reading my blog for a while you will recall that I’m a big fan of taking risks to make things better in our classrooms and schools. How better to show my belief in this statement than me writing about technology in our schools. It’s hard to find a more polarizing issue in the world of public education.
So, let me put it right out front — I believe in the power of technology to make a difference in student learning. Full stop.
I view technology as that tool that makes curriculum accessible to more children in more ways than if we didn’t have it available. Some examples that come to mind include:
- e-resources that can be adapted to varying reading levels making curricular content more accessible;
- reading intervention software that helps build neural pathways to strengthen the reading centers in the brain;
- math programs that provide just the right amount of practice to master basic skills before moving to the next topic
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That is very surprising to hear. I would have expected the opposite. So interesting. Thanks for bringing this forward.
Thanks, Monika. The Learning and the Brain website is one of my ‘go to’ places for really cool information about education. I was also a bit surprised by this finding.