Despite the risk of opening a can of worms in our third post at the Upper Grades Exchange, I am going to talk about two things. Here, there, and everywhere in education circles, two refrains are heard over and over again: “Reform is a must” and “It’s technology or bust.”
Recently over at our sister blog, Be The Difference, Diane asked about exposure to interactive whiteboards (IWBs) and how you use them in daily lessons (if you use them at all).
Well, my questions are these: Can the latest and greatest technologies be the reform our schools need? Is there technology (whether it be IWBs, laptops, tablets, etc.) that you reach for on a regular basis to enhance instruction?
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