Yes, I have to credit this post and image to Bill Ferriter, but indeed it is fitting after my last blog post titled “Turn around and face the front of the room.”
I repost my parting comment here below:
The front of the room should be dictated by the learning that is happening, and not the tools. And my instruction is not driven by a board, a slate, or even a mouse and a click. It is driven by my passion for learning. And sometimes (well, maybe more often than that) this includes tools that I have in my teaching toolbox. The learning is driven by interest, passion, engagement, and so much more. But I enhance it when appropriate with tools and gadgets. That’s just my style. I wont apologize for that.