Here’s a story that will make you think twice about your plans for new technology in the classroom.
The problem? What a former Alexandria school superintendent calls “technolust” — a disorder affecting publicity-obsessed school administrators nationwide that manifests itself in an insatiable need to acquire the latest, fastest, most exotic computer gadgets, whether teachers and students need them or want them.
I’m a big advocate for the power of technology, but I have a corresponding amount of fear and disdain for the Blue Screen of Death.
– Guestblogger Michael Robbins