Tips | Low-Income Schools: Tech Needs & Blended Learning

Continuing our series on articles on blended learning, here’s a list of ten tips from MindShift for meeting tech needs of Low-Income Schools. Items #4, #6 and #7 would be top-most, in our opinion.

[…] schools with under-served student populations that stand to gain the most from technology. Class sizes are often large and teachers are looking for ways to keep the class engaged and focused when they work one-on-one with a struggling student. Smart use of technology could save them time with grading and tracking student progress, for example.

via 10 Essential Tips For Meeting Tech Needs of Low-Income Schools | MindShift.

A good understanding of technology, in terms of what is possible is very important, however – we think what’s more crucial is to know what you want technology to achieve for you. Yet another article, from MindShift discusses “Four Essential Principles of Blended Learning” and is definitely worth reading, if you are looking to implement technology and blended learning.

Atul Sabnis

Atul Sabnis

Founder of eVeltio Education Consulting, a young firm that provides consulting & implementation services to educational institutes to execute better strategies for delivery of education by integrating training, process, workflow, and technology.

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