The T3 Framework helps makes EdTech integration seamless.
Contributor: Dr. Rod Berger
When Dr. Sonny Magana was a graduate student doing research at Rutgers in 1984, personal computers were still new. Enthusiasm for the new teaching tool was high in the beginning, but Sonny discovered in his research that when the novelty of using a computer wore off, so did any gains in student engagement. He discovered that when technology replaces the teacher, gains are minimal at best; when technology is used to enhance proven teaching practices, however, there are positive impacts on academic achievement. This revelation led to Sonny developing the T3 Framework for Innovation in Education.
According to Sonny’s research, the integration of technology comes in three phases … Read more here.