Equitable Digital Access

Ensuringhttp://s3.amazonaws.com/libapps/accounts/25118/images/Bubbles_before_digital_citizenship-2.jpg Equitable Digital Access in the Classroom

More and more schools are gaining more access to technology. Many low income and minority schools are receiving more opportunity for their students (Roblyer, 2015).  Ensuring equal access counts on the teacher. One example of ensuring fair and equal opportunities for the students is to set up timed workstations. Each station will be timed, and the students will have the opportunity to interact with iPads, computers, SmartBoards, and other technology that the teachers allow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

References

1. "Before You Think Image" (2015). Retrieved from http://libguides.infohio.org/digitalliteracy/digitalcitizenship

2. Roblyer, M. (2015). Integrating Educational Technology into Teaching. 7th Edition. Boston, MA. Pearson.