Would you pay someone to tell you what to do? This millennium, K-12 administrators are increasingly answering in the affirmative.
Unless every student is given his or her own computer in school, districts can't even be close to transforming education, according to one expert.
Generally, the more frequently students change schools for reasons other than grade promotion, the more likely they are to have lower achievement and behavioral problems. They are also more likely to drop out. Research confirms this.
While some studies suggest students want more connection between lessons and technology in the classroom, and that many teachers often struggle to accomplish this, the following books can help educators relate technology to students and improve achievement.
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