Classroom Technology Video

VIDEO: How Expanded Tech Use Is Changing Teaching and Learning

By Jaclyn Borowski — March 10, 2022 3:53

With the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in March of 2020, teachers learned new technology skills overnight and found innovative ways of engaging with their students. In the return to in-person schooling, Education Week examines what that growth in teacher tech skills means for classroom instruction now.

Jaclyn Borowski is the visuals editor for Education Week leading video and photo initiatives.

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