Technology Integration

I enjoy the perspective that this brings. Even though change makes us nervous, we cannot allow those nerves and what-ifs to hold us back. We have to open ourselves to the present and future and as difficult as it sometimes is, use the resources at our fingertips: social media, BYOT, to name a few. They open our classrooms to the world and endless possibilities in our schools. I am working with one team in my school currently as we implement a BYOT pilot and determine what it will look like. They are excited to pilot this endeavor but know that they will be the guinea pigs as they iron out  issues as we move forward with our technology roll-out. I cannot help but think that we have to look at change as opportunity not blocks.

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