Integrating technology into K–12 teaching and learning: Current knowledge gaps and recommendations for future research

Hew, K. F., & Brush, T.
This article describes the challenges that schools face when using technology to support student learning. The authors list several common obstacles that K–12 schools encounter in these efforts, including a lack of expertise with the technologies and the attitudes and beliefs of school staff. They offer strategies—including the creation and sharing of a vision for technology use as a part of classroom instruction—that schools can utilize to overcome these obstacles.
School-wide Tech Implementation: 
Professional Development
Technology Access and Support
Leadership Teams
Data Gathering and Analysis

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