End the Math Wars

In this article, the author discusses why and how educational technology can be implemented in the classroom and school to support improved student outcomes in mathematics. The author not only provides examples of how educational technology support differentiated instruction and individualized support for each student but also how teachers and schools can get past some of the implementation obstacles.
Common Core State Standards: 
Make Sense of Problems
Model with Mathematics
Instructional Strategies: 
School-wide Tech Implementation: 
Technology Access and Support
Professional Development
Leadership Teams
Supporting Struggling Students: 

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