We speak with STEAM teacher Gabrielle Threet about the lasting impact of the pandemic and the future of classroom technology.
0:00 – Intro
0:13 – Welcome
4:45 – How has your instruction changed because of technology?
6:46 – What is one piece of technology you think will help teaching in the future?
10:38 – How big of a role will or SHOULD technology play in years to come?
15:20 – Twenty years from now what will you tell people about being in education during the early 2020s and during COVID?
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