Technology is a disruptive force that brings many challenges to teaching and learning--but that doesn't mean educators should fear its use in schools, said speakers at the National School Boards Association's Technology + Learning (T+L) Conference in Seattle late last month.


The annual conference opened Oct. 28 with a keynote speech from Paul Saffo, an associate professor at Stanford University and technology trend forecaster and strategist, who acknowledged that the uncertainty that accompanies change can be hard for educators to deal with. But Saffo offered attendees a ray of hope with some advice on how to anticipate the next key trends...

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