I was at a conference recently when I heard the term "Return on Investment." Now this is a term I have heard, mainly from the business and financial world. Now that term is being applied to Education Technology. Federal and State programs have contributed a significant amount of money for Education Technology in schools. The revised E-Rate has helped many schools bolster the network infrastructure to accommodate mobile learning devices.
However, what have schools gained as a result? This is a good question that many school districts, that have fully implemented education technology. Take a look at the article linked below for some guidance with Return on Investment.
- How do you measure your efficiency in schools?
- How do we make sure that we are working smarter, not harder?
- How do we measure the impact of teaching? Learning? Technology?
- Are we all working together? How do we know?
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