In 2022, ed tech adoption in K–12 settings increased by 99 percent. The demand for digital learning software shows that technology is not just an add-on in classrooms anymore, but a primary tool that allows teachers to create individualized education plans, interactive content, and repositories of course content. Despite the many benefits, there are potential hazards to avoid by following a few best practices.
In this article, Charlie Sander shares
- how to vet digital learning software;
- tools to reduce the risk of cyberattacks; and
- strategies for proper software use, privacy compliance, and interoperability.