As 21st-century educators, we are expected to help students master the technological tools they will encounter in society and the workplace. However, in many districts, teachers are lucky if their classrooms have one or two computers. So how can teachers be high-tech with limited tools? How can we best use limited resources to support learning and familiarize students with technology? Well, this article from EdWeek offers some general tips as well as tool suggestions by subject area.
Readers - What are some strategies you have used when faced with limited access to technology? Please share your thoughts on this challenge faced by many educators by commenting below. I will post about and share what I have found to be successful in my teaching experience so far with regards to using limited resources soon.