Jeannetta Mitchell, a veteran teacher of 20 years, is encouraged by what she sees so far. “This is not a magic wand,” she says. “This just makes it more fun for them to learn. Nobody’s just sitting there writing down the answer, saying I don’t know how I got there. They know how they got there.”
Even—if at the very least—all a given tool does is making learning more engaging, is that such a bad thing?
It’s a bad thing if you put them in the hands of half the school without training the teachers or giving them time to begin adapting lessons.
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