As new technologies continue to change the world in which we live, they also provide many new and positive educational benefits for classroom instruction.
Why are we participating in this initiative?
Read the following interesting articles concerning education today!
 Design of Instruction + Tools of Technology = 21st Century Learners
Digital Learning: What Kids Really Want

According to Project Tomorrow CEO Julie Evans and the national Speak Up Survey, students have a very specific idea of how they want to engage technology to enhance the learning process.  The top for items include:
  • Are continuing to be interested in social-based learning;
  • Want to build their own personal learning network with expert resources;
  • "Are looking for tools that increase untethered learning; and
  • Want a digitally rich learning environment, unencumbered by traditional rules."

Read more about the survey results in the THE Journal Article Digital Learning: What Kids Really Want

Last Modified on March 26, 2014