There has been a lot of interest and emphasis given about the use of technology in the classroom and at home. Parents want the best for their children and hope that in some ways technology can be used to help give their kids an advantage.
Dr. Ximena Domínguez, director of early STEM research at Digital Promise, Dr. Joseph South, ISTE’s chief learning officer, and Dr. Seeta Pai, WGBH’s executive director of education all provide some important insights on how and where technology can help, hurt or do nothing for your child. All three work on making quality tech accessible for teachers, parents and students while paying close attention to closing the digital-learning gap. They all had shockingly similar answers to my questions — and offered great advice for parents, to boot.
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