Downloadable Guide to Future Learning
Technology in the classroom is undoubtedly one of the most powerful tools schools have today. It can redefine and amplify student learning and build relevant skills to prepare for the future.
Along with this promise, it is also polarising as principals navigate trade-offs from IT (budget and management), teachers (ease of use, student engagement), parents (cost and impact) and most importantly – students (the ability to perform how you need for ALL subjects). These trade-offs introduce risks that are not immediately apparent at the outset.
In this issue we consider the perspective of parents, students, teachers, IT, and employers and reflect on the learnings suggested by evidence-based outcomes.
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