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Integrating Technology with Student-Centered Learning

Babette Moeller and Tim Reitzes | 7/14/2011 12:29:24 PM

While technology can serve as a powerful education tool, it cannot drive reform on its own. To be widely adopted, technology must be part of a comprehensive and systemic effort to change education. This report provides a look at the potential that technology offers and the steps needed to better understand when technology is most effective in student-centered learning—and for whom.

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"Technology can equip students to independently organize their learning process. So, instead of being passive recipients of information, students using technology become active users."

Authored By

Babette Moeller and Tim Reitzes


Babette Moeller is a Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Children and Technology at the Education Development Center (EDC).



Tim Reitzes is a researcher at the Center for Children and Technology at the Education Development Center (EDC).