No matter where you teach or who your students are, as an educator, you must have access to technology and the ability to use it to augment all facets of instruction. Sometimes, however, access to the appropriate edtech for our students isn’t equitable, available or within our expertise — that is why it is critical to align our teaching and learning to advocacy efforts.
Whether your biggest edtech concern is about student data privacy, infrastructure, education funding or access to professional development, you can make a difference by telling your story. First, though, you need to do some homework. Here are five ways to prepare for edtech advocacy:
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