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People for Education (2019). Connecting to Success: Technology in Ontario Schools. Toronto, Ontario : People for Education.


The use of technology in today’s classrooms has the potential to enable, expand, and accelerate learning in ways previously unimaginable (Fullan & Langworthy, 2014). Whether through interactive whiteboards, tablets,apps, robotic toys, or gamified quizzes, technology is changing the wayschools work.

Classrooms immersed in digital learning help students work collabora- tively, develop problem solving and critical thinking skills, be motivated to learn, take ownership of their learning, and develop creativity skills (Project Tomorrow, 2015). These competencies are the “new basics” for public education: they allow students to navigate a globalized world, prepare them for careers in a knowledge economy, and help them in both their personal and professional lives (Ontario Ministry of Education, 2016; People for Education, 2018a; Royal Bank of Canada, 2018).

In the next ten years, over one quarter of Canadian jobs will be dis- rupted by technology (Royal Bank of Canada, 2018), and computer and mathematical jobs will be major drivers of employment (World Economic Forum, 2016). Consequently, technology use in education is becoming increasingly important for


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