Discussions on classroom technology ask wrong questions, experts say

April 02, 2013 — Richard Culatta, of the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology and keynote speaker at the EETC conference, says the idea of personalizing and individualizing education using technology is powerful, allowing for more autonomy and individual choice as students work toward proficiency. Technology’s efficacy should be measured on new models that reinvent learning.

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