Educational Technology

July 29, 2018

Digital Learning on a Budget: How to Stretch Your Edtech Dollars

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:29 am

By Matthew Lynch, Tech Edvocate

The old business adage is that you have to spend money to make money – and that should be the mentality when looking at struggling schools or districts that need, sometimes costly, digital devices and products. By smartly investing the money, even just in a few key areas, schools will see a return on that edtech investment in the way of more successful, higher achieving students. And really – edtech does not need to cost a fortune to make a difference. In truth, many digital learning efforts are cost-effective and can be implemented by resourceful educators. When there is a lack of money, edtech tool acquisition is contingent upon the faith and commitment level of the faculty and staff. Money should not be wasted on model products and unsubstantiated trends. Digital leadership groups will have to work diligently and efficiently to implement the chosen digital learning efforts properly and effectively.

Digital Learning on a Budget: How to Stretch Your Edtech Dollars

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