Wolfenstein says schools need to “step up” to meet the technology being used at home and the workplace. He says there is exists an opening in the market for such developmental tools, technology that is user friendly for teachers.
The doctoral candidate at the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Analysis presented a related lecture at a Madison conference for Wisconsin charter schools, which took place Monday and Tuesday.
Charter schools deal with specific areas of study. They’re generally run by public districts outside the traditional bounds of normal schools. Wisconsin has more than 200 charter schools with 30,000 plus students.
Brian Moon reports (:55)