Technology in the classroom can be a tricky thing. Some mornings when I walk into my classroom, the internet is down. Other mornings, a student’s laptop won’t start. On yet another morning, a student has a cracked screen from attempting to juggle his laptop at lunch. Yes, having an entirely paperless classroom can be a tricky, frustrating, and a downright comical thing. But I wouldn’t trade what we are able to do in the classroom with technology for just about anything.
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