“Technology will never replace great teachers, but in the hands of great teachers it’s transformational.”
— George Couros
Technology can be either a boon or a bane. But technology alone cannot solve the problems our current education systems face. Innovative use of technology blended with pedagogy and content can enrich both the educator and the learner with global competency and future-ready skills. As we move towards adapting to the emerging realities and approaches to teaching and learning, a critical component of education is to empower young people with the right blend of skills. If you have asked a question, “how can I help my students thrive?” or are looking at understanding what does the future hold for education. This featured article by Heather Singmaster is a must-read for you!
In Issue 9
of the Transforming Education Newsletter,
we present to you Heather Singmaster’s
article from the .ed Magazine — a quarterly curated issue-based digital magazine for educators.
featured article of the week to know how assistive technology in education is becoming more important than ever during the global pandemic. Heather Singmaster envisions a future where technology is incorporated in education smoothly and all challenges associated are well-addressed.
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