(2) Teachers were told to attend pd sessions filled with almost-frantic declarations about the future of schools and the outdated quality of last decade’s teaching tactics.
(3) Feeling the push and acting on the desire to do what’s best for the students, teachers tried new things, implemented tech and new practices, and waited to see the results.
(4) Edtech consultants returned to the scene to declare “it’s not about tech; it’s about student-centered learning,” (which instructors have known from the beginning) while teachers now read headlines demanding that they “stop innovating.”
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-"Digital Skeptics" don’t trust teachers’ intentions or reasons for using technologies as tools for methods for learning