There’s no doubt that technology plays a big role in life, but what about education? While some districts have developed rules to push back against technology – particularly social media – others have embraced it.
This week Josh Durso sat down with three administrators from the Seneca Falls Central School District to examine the role of technology in a classroom, and how that’s developing a more prepared student base, as they enter college or the workforce.
Jim Bruni, Administrator of Business and Operations; Jodie Verkey, Director of Curriculum, Instruction, Assessment, and Professional Development; and Amy Hibbard, Principal at Elizabeth Cady Stanton Elementary School joined Josh Durso to guide a conversation on the topic.
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