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Tweet, Text, and Teach: Classroom Management in the Digital Age

What kind of classroom technology did you have in elementary, middle, and high school? Maybe a calculator, probably a projector—some of you probably even had basic computers. But the world of the classroom has changed radically, and technology is the reason why.
Computers, of course, are ubiquitous, and they’re used by kids in nearly every grade to research, create programs, and more. Tablets have also become ever more common, as have smart boards. The latter are great tools for instant manipulation and learning by both students and teachers. Like smart boards, smart tables also enable manipulation but are designed as a table, which also enables students to collaborate on learning.
Some people may question the need for all that technology, but it offers incredible benefits to twenty-first century learning. It makes planning time less onerous, and also enables educators to better respond to learners of all different levels. Learning can also be more seamless between home and school, and technology can be a great way to get parents more involved on behavioral challenges that their kids might face.
Interested in learning how to make more of technology for your kids and your schools? Check out this graphic.

Tweet, Text, and Teach: Classroom Management in the Digital Age
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