Before approaching this assignment, read I Want That… Flipping the Classroom (Cohen & Brugar, 2013) and Students First, Not Stuff (Richardson, 2013). These articles discuss educational issues regarding digital schools in addition to the advantages and d

Before approaching this assignment, read I Want That… Flipping the Classroom (Cohen & Brugar, 2013) and Students First, Not Stuff (Richardson, 2013). These articles discuss educational issues regarding digital schools in addition to the advantages and d

Before approaching this assignment, read I Want That… Flipping the Classroom (Cohen & Brugar, 2013) and Students First, Not Stuff (Richardson, 2013).These articles discuss educational issues regarding digital schools in addition to the advantages and disadvantages of incorporating technology in the classroom. Develop a 2- to 3-page analysis paper that addresses the following:Identify 3 major issues or changes in practice of education that have arisen from advancements in technology. Examples include digital classes, flipped classrooms, increased collaboration through software, and one-to-one initiatives in schools.For each of the major issues discuss:The benefits these pathways facilitate over traditional practicesUnintentional problems that piggyback the use of these same issues or changes to practiceConclude with an evaluation of the changes in education due to technology advances.Provide 2-3 recommendations for teachers and stakeholders moving forward.Support your statements with evidence from the Required Studies and your own research. Cite and reference your sources in APA style.Click here for information on course rubrics.ReferencesCohen, S., & Brugar, K. (2013, April). I want that… flipping the classroom. Retrieved from Richardson, W. (2013, March). Students first, not stuff. Retrieved from ,-Not-Stuff.aspxÿReadTaking Sides: Clashing Views on Educational Issues (Koonce, 2015)Unit 3 3.8: Is the Road to Virtual Schooling Smoothly Paved?YES: From the Three Rs to the Four Cs (Crossman, 2012/2015)NO: Lessons for Online Learning (Dillion & Tucker, 2011/2015)ÿ


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