The Dark Side of Tech in the Classroom: Caveats for Implementing Tech in Schools

1. Students may not be interested in activities that don’t use technology.

2. Teachers in-service training is generally needed when introducing new technology — another workshop or staff development they don’t have time for.

3. Technology could prove to be a distraction for students.

4. Teachers use it because “they” like using it, with little concern for the students.




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