IT for Education

In surfing for content to post to a variety of blogs this week, I came upon an interesting article that doesn’t necessarily relate to this week’s topics in any of my classes, but thought I would share anyway. (Besides, it’s my turn to present in my Recent Innovations in Ed Tech class this week)

Inside is an interesting reference on how technology is affecting instruction today. I like the fact that it focuses back on the teacher: (note that in the following quote, IT is referring to Information Technology and NOT Instructional Technology, but I think in the end it applies to both)

“IT is not a good substitute for good teaching. Good teachers are good with or without IT and students learn a great deal from them. Poor teachers are poor with or without IT and students learn little from them.”

Here’s the link:


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