Saturday, May 5, 2007


  • don't assume equal access to resources
  • provide resources
  • non-technological options are important for teachers and students
  • open and encourage a dialogue of effective use
  • get teachers and students involved in the dialogue of equity and technology, often both are taught separately, but help bridge the knowledge gap between the two
  • Schools of education play an important role; new teachers are not neccesarily ready for computers in the classroom; new teachers are more likely to assume universal access; make the connection between equity and technology within B.Ed. programs, same issues here... the two are often taught separately.
  • talk about how access to technology can be a disadvantage; add a critical voice to the discussion.

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