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Learning/Teaching with Technology: A Means not an End

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What is meant by technology is a means to an instructional end, not an end in itself (Lever-Duffy & McDonald, 2011). And why is it relevant to the field of teaching, learning with technology?

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Technology is a means to an instructional end means that one does not use technology and simply assume results. Going back to media case studies and Dr. Clark, it is not the delivery method but the content involved that makes discernible differences in the end product. One must understand the tools that technology has ...

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This solution explains what is meant by technology is a means to an instructional end, not an end in itself(Lever-Duffy & McDonald, 2011). and why this is relevant to the field of teaching, learning with technology.

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