"We live in a time of never-before held access to information, which means educators must compete with a wide-ranging array of media for the finite attention of their students’ minds. With so much out there that people can be exposed to and consume, teachers and administrators must ensure the material they are presenting will be just as appealing and notable to students as anything they can see on TV or the Internet."—Source: Faculty Focus
WHY THIS MATTERS:
Technological innovation doesn't just have a place in the classroom — it's also sparked new models for learning. Read about the specific educational benefits from the broad array of tech available today.