During orientation earlier this fall, our four-year old grandson checked into his preschool on a white board. That didn’t surprise me. As a member of Gen Z, Luke has only known a digital world.
This was a perfect example of how digital learning materials have been integrated into traditional classrooms.
The question which wove through conversations among educators during the last number of years, “Will ebooks replace printed volumes,” sounds ancient. This fall, we’ve seen an across-the-board shift toward the co-existence of digital and time-honored instructional techniques.
Now, let’s see if students learn.