You may be wondering, why isn’t the massive influx of technology supporting those who need it the most? Research on edtech points to an explanation of why access is not enough Specifically, Professor Mark Warschaeur (the force to be reckoned with when it comes to researching digital learning) found that “overall, students who are black, Hispanic, or low-income are more likely to use computers for drill-and-practice, whereas students who are white or high-income are more likely to use computers for simulations or authentic applications”.

Source: What a Decade of Education Research Tells Us About Technology in the Hands of Underserved Students | EdSurge News

The article lists 5 ways technology can be used for more than just drill-and-kill. along with examples.

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