Six Straightforward Tips to Help Teachers Who Struggle with Technology – teacherswithapps

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“Helping teachers get up to speed with technology is always a challenge, some teachers have a difficult time navigating basic computer skills. As schools around the globe begin to adopt the use of digital technology in their learning environments, these same teachers can be left feeling inept and marginalized by the implementation of new tech tools in their schools. Teachers need ongoing Professional Development provided by their schools to ease them into a comfort zone and get them turned on to technology and all it has to offer student learning! Here are several ideas that can help foster PD.”

 

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About sanjaymalaviya

Sanjay Malaviya has carved out a niche space in transforming delivery of education globally, across School, Higher education and Life-long learning. He is spearheading innovation in all elements of the educational ecosystem arising from the paradigm shifts caused by the disruptive impact of emerging technologies such as the mobile internet (Cloud), touch screen and wearable devices. The result is a suite of products and services for the Learners, Educators, Parents and Institutions. Sanjay, comes with about 3 decades of hands-on experience in a number of sectors of the services industry, which allows him to bring to bear, the critical importance of the human-computer interface and the customer / user experience. With specialized skills in Computer based systems analysis, Project design, Testing and Implementation, he has been a serial entrepreneur with several start-ups nurtured to successful businesses.
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