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 Next is the topic of infrastructure,​ the organization of how technology in the classroom is laid out. K-12 education infrastructure needs updating. Providing robust wi-fi to support one-to-one learning is a significant financial challenge. The other type of infrastructure revolves the educators themselves. Professional development,​ needs refurbishing;​ it shouldn’t consist of random workshops or lectures that teachers ​ simply attend on specific professional development days. Professional development needs to be an ongoing activity that is focused on helping teachers adopt essential one-to-one technology. It is crucial that teachers become familiar with the technological tools they use when teaching their classrooms. [(http://​www.districtadministration.com/​article/​10-barriers-technology-adoption )] Next is the topic of infrastructure,​ the organization of how technology in the classroom is laid out. K-12 education infrastructure needs updating. Providing robust wi-fi to support one-to-one learning is a significant financial challenge. The other type of infrastructure revolves the educators themselves. Professional development,​ needs refurbishing;​ it shouldn’t consist of random workshops or lectures that teachers ​ simply attend on specific professional development days. Professional development needs to be an ongoing activity that is focused on helping teachers adopt essential one-to-one technology. It is crucial that teachers become familiar with the technological tools they use when teaching their classrooms. [(http://​www.districtadministration.com/​article/​10-barriers-technology-adoption )]
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 +By supplying teachers with informative workshops, they will be more familiar with problems that frequently pop up when using technological devices. Most school district lack enough technical resource specialists to assist teachers at the building level, let alone in the individual classroom. Thus it is important teachers familiarize themselves with simple trouble-shooting technology tasks. For example learning how to connect peripheral devises and load software packages are but a few of the many simple little skills you can master in order to help teachers keep the technology tools going in their classroom. [(http://​www.iccb.state.il.us/​student/​pdf/​resource/​chanllenges.pdf)]
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