I had to struggle with a similar issue on one of my Grad Dip Ed courses. It became apparent that equality and fairness are both multi-faceted. For example, we can give everyone the same tool (e.g. laptop) to cover…"
First, I wonder if the idea of funding is changing somewhat. In Indiana, schools now have the opportunity to take funding that originally would have gone for textbooks and use it on alternative curriculum, including the purchase…"
I am an undergraduate at ISU in my third year studying to be a Special Education teacher. I am currently enrolled in a summer course learning about Assistive Technology. I am a firm supporter of the use of technology in the classroom, but a recent class discussion question got me thinking. Is technology use in the classroom a right? Is it fair? Would you go as far as to say that technology use in the classroom is a right for students? Although not legally a right, should it be? Why? Why…See More
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A group where educators can learn and identify which Educational Technology tools are appropriate for them.I'm hoping to simplify this process for educators and am open to any feedback (organization, specific sites, beta vs ready, etc etc.)See More