The Real Truth about Computer-Based Feedback

Spread the loveComputer-based feedback may not be the silver bullet everyone is hoping for in education, but it offers benefits that instructional technology inclusion does not. Walk into schools around the nation, and you’re like to witness one of two scenarios. Either the school laments that they do not have nearly enough technology for their students or the teachers proudly show off the tech devices in their classrooms and labs. We already know that sitting students in front of computers does not necessarily improve instruction. When students spend more time alone with technology at school, they score worse than peers … Continue reading The Real Truth about Computer-Based Feedback