Examining Technology for Teaching and Learning

Pamela A. Lemoine, Robert E. Waller, Christopher J. Garretson, Michael D. Richardson


Much time, money, and attention has been given to the issue of technology in the K-12 classroom. In addition, there is an ever-expanding interest in preparing students for success in a transforming, technology-rich world. In the 21st century technology and education must work together to secure the future for students and society. Society in the 21st century is knowledge-based; learning is critical as knowledge resiliency continually becomes important for survival in the rapidly changing environment. The need for changing traditional approaches to education from the acquisition of short-term skills to proactive programs that infuses technology into the learning are of utmost importance as educators prepare students for the 21st century. 

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.20849/jed.v4i2.781


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