Sunday, June 7, 2015

Student Voice in the Edtech Conversation: More Measured Than You’d Think - Sheri Handel, EdSurge

The panel felt strongly about using technology to cut down on the amount of paper used. Hoping to move from packet-based resources, they want to complete assignments and submit homework assignments online. They stressed the need to keep track of their work and to have it easily accessible once the assignment had been reviewed and graded. In some cases, homework is posted online, but students still need to print it out and bring it into class. For the most part, textbooks are still used in these schools, including heavy Advanced Placement texts that need to be carried back and forth. In one school, teachers provide links to online versions of the texts, while in another, students pass links to online resources along to each other so that they can access the material from home. In one case, students get points toward detention if they do not bring the required textbook to school even without advanced notice that it will be used. https://www.edsurge.com/n/2015-05-29-student-voice-in-the-edtech-conversation-more-measured-than-you-d-think

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