Article from Eric Sheninger looking at the use of technology in learning and asks that we have a focus on substance over assumptions and generalizations.
Technology can and will have an impact on learning if and only if there is a focus on substance. We must move past our infatuation with apps, tools, taglines, catchy sound bites, and broad claims that are not supported with either research or evidence of improvement. All educators should be able to answer the following question:
How do you know that technology is impacting student learning and professional practice?
Within this response should be examples of substance.
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