The Fourth ‘R

Hope for digital technology skills in the classroom.

GUEST COLUMN | by Jeff Fernandez

CREDIT Grovo LearningMany K-12 school classrooms across the country have fallen behind the technology curve, creating an early skills gap chain reaction that puts students behind even before they think about their eventual career and the technology skills they’ll need.

What happened? Technology is continuing to advance at light speed, making it an ongoing battle for educators to keep pace with the right tools they can and should incorporate into the classroom. Teachers must be focused on the educational picture as a whole and the challenges that come along with it – evolving lesson plans, revised teaching methodologies,

Rome wasn’t built in a day. But teachers can nudge school leaders to take a closer look at bringing their district into the digital realm.

mapping to the new common core standards, constantly-updated testing requirements, and much more. So while many…

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