Using three rules for technology strategy

As the new school year begins in a new uncertainty, teachers are struggling to figure out how to explore what I call “and age”. The And Era is not just about going far. Or Go back to pure physical exercises, but take the best of both. While many schools are bringing children back to class this year, the widening of Delta delta and other uncontrollable factors means they need to re-prepare to support the virtual mix. And Physical learning.

That means focusing on what you can control: Developing and developing a strong technology strategy to integrate different degrees of physical and distance learning into a seamless learning experience. The heart of that strategy must be three-dimensional, hardware, software, and network.

While the issue is far from over, the US $ ARP and $ 130 billion in the new K-12 Schools offer great promise for the technology, knowledge and resources needed to build a sustainable education infrastructure. Generation. Given the potential for many students to spend one-fourth of their learning journey in these challenging situations, it is more important than ever to implement a well-designed technology strategy.

Think “three” about technology and prioritize

Hardware, software, and network components must be considered together when designing a technology strategy. If one of them is forgotten, learning can stop. For example, when schools review form conditions, you can choose from tablets, Chromebooks, full laptops, and more. But whatever you choose, it is important to make sure that those devices can support the software tools and network connections needed to enable a rich physical and virtual learning experience. An unconnected device is only available to students when they are away from home while attending school.

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