A major shift to digital teaching and learning in schools has developed an additional digital traffic load for teachers and faculty, hidden from normal view. The result is overwhelming increases in the traffic load of digital paperwork. Digital processes are “harder” for several reasons but could be much easier were the right technologies in use.
Contributing to this sense of overwhelm, 62 percent of teachers cited having to manage after-hours work, a role shift in the past year, according to the April 2021 Teacher Digital Transition Survey by the Learning Counsel. To fix your school’s digital traffic jams, realize first that things can look like they are “digital” when in fact, they are merely digitized. Without the proper routing and sophistication needed, your digital processes are harder than just doing it with paper the old-fashioned way.
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