5 Reasons Why Your Edtech Product Is Sitting On A Classroom Shelf

A few months ago, I attended a digital learning conference among other education colleagues here in Chicago. Regardless of a new product or teaching strategy, the barriers teachers face when it comes to making any changes in a school district hasn’t changed since I was teaching in the classroom years ago.

Education moves slow, teachers have their hands tied, barriers are hard to overcome, a hierarchy is in place, and there is not enough time in the day.

Also, for the first time, we have four generations in the workplace: those born without technology, and others who don’t know life without it. This type of environment can throw everyone off their path. However, if and when all teachers and support staff work together, the outcome can be different.

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