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|What is a technology-rich school any way?||0||08:17, 9 October 2009|
With a challenging economy, how can schools and school leaders create an imperative for rich education technology adoptions? True, start up costs can be dramatic. We know that revenue positive effects and student success are factors that will be recognized down the road. How do leaders bridge this notion with respective constituents? It can be done. We have a lot of anecdotes to share. We would love to know yours!!
Posted By Vincent Kizza
Some folks think a school with many computers or laptops for each student is the only way to go. Others, however,'we can't afford to retrofit very old high schools. We're going to use a thin client solutiion until Cloud Computing is a reality for us. Each kid can log on from each class and from home and we think that works." What do you think? How should we define a technology-rich school?
Posted by Vincent Kizza