"In the area of technology access, there are disparities in ownership and interest."
i'm glad i have my own computer
I don't have a computer at home
I'm not allowed to use my dad's computer
this school computer is pretty cool
Price, S. (2014). Byod? [Bring your own device]. Learning for Justice.
My devices are useful to me in school for official business. I must be good at technology AND learning!
why do the most experienced doctors get the patients with the most needs.....And the least experienced teachers get the students with the most needs??
“Excessive turnover at a specific school may also lead to the overrepresentation of inexperienced teachers, and it may suggest a lack of district oversight of deeper problems with the school environment..."
Because tight school budgets cannot afford to pay more experienced teachers...
Darling-Hammond,L., Zielezinski, M. B., & Goldman, S. (2014). Using technology to supportat-risk students’ learning. Stanford Center for Opportunity Policy inEducation, September. Retrieved October 29, 2021, fromhttps://all4ed.org/reports-factsheets/usingtechnology/
“Include students in BYODplanning. Students are understandably enthusiastic about using personal devicein school. They are also resourceful, creative, and tuned in to both thetechnology and social aspects underlying BYOD implementation challenges. Askthem what they think.”
Lhamon,C. E. (2014). Dear colleague letter: Resource comparability. United StatesDepartment of Education: Office for Civil Rights. Retrieved October 29,2021, from https://tech.ed.gov/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/OfficeofCivilRights_DearColleagueLetter_ResourceEquity.pdf