A few weeks ago, I wrote a bit that captured a good bit of attention titled Making Good Technology Choices. In it, I argued that teachers need to check to see if the skills that they are spending time on in their classrooms pass the endurance-leverage-readiness test.
Considering all of the positive mojo around the idea that skills are far more important than tools, I figured I’d whip up a slide that y’all could use in the work you’re doing to convince teachers to place their attention on good teaching instead of good technology.
Here it is. Hope you can use it: