Simply putting devices in classrooms will not create impactful learning experiences for students; those come from the teachers. If teachers are unable to integrate this new technology into their classrooms due to time constraints or lack of training, students will not benefit. This in-depth study explores the reasons, and possible solutions, to address this experience and implementation gap.
The role of familiarity in predicting the ability of technology to improve learning outcomes
About the Author: AidanKP
Aidan is the director and founder of Kirkpatrick Consult Limited. He graduated with a Bachelors degree with honours in Mechanical engineering before becoming a Certified Microsoft Professional and subsequently achieving a Post Graduate Certificate in Education and Qualified Teacher Status. Aidan has been designing, coding, implementing and training on IT Solutions for over 20 years.