Unified Technology to Transform Classrooms

Dr. Sally I'Anson March 01, 2017

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As technology rapidly evolves, it changes the way teachers instruct, students learn, the role of parents, and how administrators manage. Of particular note is technology in the classroom and how it affects teachers, students, and instruction. Dr. Sally I’Anson explores ideas about how integrated technology solutions have the potential to transform the way we are going about education in the U.S.

At a more granular level, I’Anson examines a typical teacher workday with all general activities from attendance to lessons to assignments to dismissal to IEP meetings, and identifies the differences in effects between a unified technology system and a disparate system.

 

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