Teachers and Technology Equity
TEACHING Exceptional Children Volume 33, Number 4, ISSN 0040-0599
This article discusses three important issues that educators must address as they integrate technology into their classrooms: increasing access to technology, appropriate instruction in and use of technology, and barriers to institutional technology. Tips for creating technology-rich schools and classrooms and for improving technology integration and instruction are provided. (Contains references.) (CR)
Brown, M.R., Higgins, K. & Hartley, K. (2001). Teachers and Technology Equity. TEACHING Exceptional Children, 33(4), 32-39.
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