The Future of 1:1 Learning
Schools have been pursuing 1:1 educational initiatives in earnest for about a decade. Over that time, technology leaders have uncovered some interesting and valuable findings in terms of delivering successful outcomes.
The term “1:1” often has been used to refer to the objective of providing one computer per student in a given school. Results in public and private schools from all parts of the world prove time and again that giving students their own computers has many positive impacts: Test scores and graduation rates improve. Critical thinking is enhanced. Media literacy is increased.
What are the key success factors for IT leaders responsible for supporting 1:1 learning initiatives in K-12 education? With a decade of experience behind us, experts offer advice on how schools can cost-effectively provide students with the computer skills and digital literacy they need to compete in the 21st century.
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