For years you’ve taught with physical texts. You may have watched used film, downloaded the occasional computer program, and even brought students up to the smartboard for some dragging and dropping, but for the most part, your classroom has been centered around physical media.
Books. Paper. Charts. Rulers. Posterboard.
Maybe some magazines, newspapers, and even some pamphlets when you were feeling a little crazy and out of control.
But now you’re feeling this instinct to evolve—not for any esoteric sake of “progress,” or technology for the sake of technology, but rather that your eyes have been opened to the incredible access to content afforded by technology.
Now, rather than a distributor of knowledge or a sage, you feel a bit more like a guide.
It is amazing how technology has changed the whole world giving rise to new forms of education we never thought of. Our students are more digitally focused than any time before. We , definitely, need to look at some of the skills we, as teachers, need to equip ourselves with to better live up to the challenge.
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