It is far more important to enhance learning via high quality content and instructional transformation than it is to simply replace a pencil with a tablet and hope for the best.
Agreed 100%. My district is obsessed with testing on the computer now, just because it's on a computer and it allows us to create "data." But they aren't concerned with the additional logistical problems this causes (securing laptop carts and handling student log-in issues) and the ways that this will affect assessment outcomes (reading on screens vs paper, formatting of the test, students typing vs writing). Sometimes you ought to leave well enough alone.
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