- First, these are the questions that were asked during the hour-long discussion, shared by the moderator Susan Bearden.
- So why use Tech in the classroom?
- Some examples of recent changes to classroom tech.
- — Mark Rauscher (@markrauscher)Tue, Apr 28 2015 00:26:19A2: Tech is allowing for Ss to create and collaborate more than in the past. Previously was focused on consumption. #edtechchat
- I love this next answer, teachers helping teachers.
- — Alex Podchaski (@ajpodchaski)Tue, Apr 28 2015 00:16:57A2: We have many more people on chats sharing new ideas and connecting with each other - the room is smarter than I am #edtechchat
- Here's a great point about resistance to change.
- — Michael Luetjen (@Criticalclick)Tue, Apr 28 2015 00:27:05A3. It's not the technophobes I'm worried about. Its the studentphobes that have me concerned Stop being afraid of what Ss know! #edtechchat
- Schools need to be sure their infrastructure is in place to handle the load.
- — Justin Vaughan (@Edtechx)Tue, Apr 28 2015 01:01:23A4) Infrastructure & Wifi issues are still a huge barrier. Easy to give up when your best efforts fall over due to weak wifi #edtechchat
- So what's next?
- I was curious about tech coaches, and I got a couple good responses.
- That last point is critical. Teachers have a responsibility to stay up to speed so they don't get left behind.
I participated in the weekly Twitter Chat at #EdTechChat. Here's some of my favorite quotes.
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