Keeping the Focus on Learning in a Tech-Rich Classroom

This article provides concrete steps to keep learning at the center such as dressing learning goals first, scaffolding learning, and assessing content not product. In a proficiency-based classroom, technology is often used to help students demonstrate mastery of a skill or concept. However, in some cases students and educators can get caught up in the excitement of the technology itself and the learning goals take a back seat.

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