Tuesday, March 30
1:45 PM-2:15 PM
Keynote Room

Exploring the Complexities of Just Technology Integration: The Power, Privilege, and Prejudice of Technology

Roundtable (Live Presentation) ID: 58721
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    Marie Heath
    Loyola University Maryland
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    Sumreen Asim
    Indiana University Southeast
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    Natalie Milman
    George Washington University
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    Jessa Henderson
    George Washington University

Abstract: This roundtable explores how we might define just technology integration, what challenges exist in preparing both preservice and inservice teachers for justice, as well as the larger contextual challenges that influence the who, what, where, when, how, and why technology is used, chosen, and integrated in the first place. We explore several separate, but related strands of inquiry. First, we ask What does just technology mean? Second, we ask Where in our curricula do we teach preservice and inservice teachers about justice technology integration? Finally, we ask What should we be teaching about justice and technology? We conclude by suggesting actions aimed at moving the field toward a consideration of just technology integration.

Presider: Jessa Henderson, The George Washington University


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