The Use of Technology in the Classroom The talents of a teacher are often determinative of his or her efficacy as an educator—some teachers are excellent, and unfortunately, some are not. Because teachers, even today, rely on many educational methods that have persisted for decades, if not centuries, the variance in talent among instructors leads to a lack of uniformity in quality among students’ classroom experiences. Because there tend to be fewer exceptional instructors (thus making them exceptional), educational systems are presented with difficulties in ensuring the success of their students. The use of technology in K-12 classrooms can help to level the playing field and give less-skilled educators and students, alike, the chance to...The end:
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