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Eric.ed.gov – Considerations for Realizing the Promise of Educational Gaming Technology

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Hope Elementary School recently purchased tablets for all of its students to facilitate the use of technology in the classroom. The principal at Hope Elementary understands that technology can be an efficient and effective way for teachers to access materials and differentiate instruction to support the achievement of all learners. However, some teachers are struggling to determine how to best use the tablets in the classroom. Ms. Williams is a special education teacher at Hope Elementary School. She is excited about the tablet initiative and has a number of ideas about ways she can effectively and meaningfully integrate technology into instruction. The principal at Hope Elementary has asked Ms. Williams to serve as an example for other teachers at the school to help alleviate their concerns about using technology in the classroom. The principal is confident if other teachers see the way Ms. Williams is taking advantage of the school-purchased tablets to differentiate and individualize instruction, they will be better able to differentiate their own instruction to prevent academic difficulty and improve student outcomes in math, literacy, and other content areas. [This paper was published in “TEACHING Exceptional Children” (EJ1108437).]

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