Meaningful Technoloy Integration

When I first started my journey into technology, I thought my students needed as many tools as possible.  I also thought that whatever was the newest tool out there had to be the best one.  My students were the ones that told me to slow down, focus, and invest time into a few tools so they could become experts rather than constantly introducing them to new ones.  Once again, my students taught me a major lesson and for that I am grateful.

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