Emerging technologies do not make great learning experiences. Great learning experiences emerge from thoughtful lesson designs, well trained and supported faculty, school leaders who are instructional leaders, a common language for instructional improvement, a commitment to being a learning organization, and a sufficient resources to support these efforts. New devices can support great learning, but they can't make it. Great learning design makes great learning.
Deb Gardner's insight:
What a spot-on quote above!
So many times I see the quest for innovation, or to be first impede and distract for what's most important - effectiveness in learning.
The innovation will come, but the focus, design, leadership, collaboration and commitment propel learning more quickly and effectively - IMHO of course!
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