Over the course of the pandemic, educators’ comfort level in teaching with technology “got a little bit better,” says Jennifer Hall, an educational technology specialist for Atlanta Public Schools, in a story by EdTech’s Erin Brereton.
At the same time, the ways in which students learned about new concepts has expanded, says Monica Burns, an educational technology and curriculum consultant, in Brereton’s story.
“If you’re teaching social studies or science, I don’t know that the content component has changed drastically, but the technological component of that and the knowledge educators have around thoughtfully integrating technology has definitely changed,” Burns adds. “That’s influenced the pedagogy.”
Read Brereton’s full story here.