Banning mobile phones in school may seem sensible, but research and similar moves elsewhere suggest a blanket ban may introduce some problems.
Teacher training and support, appropriate localised content, technical support and safety and security must all be prioritised.
The role of the school library has evolved. Today's school library goes beyond providing books. It must include teaching children digital literacy and how to critically evaluate information online.
Technology has good potential to help students learn, but it must be used appropriately to keep students moving, learning and working together.
Schools should consider offering mobile learning technology in multiple languages to help pupils learn better in subjects like maths and science
Four out of five experts say we shouldn't ban mobile phones in classrooms.
You may not "like" it, but Facebook has an important role to play in education.
Past efforts to teach American students computer skills haven't always helped workers get better-paying jobs. But spending on hardware and software for schools has certainly enriched tech companies.
Schools are focusing on the wrong objective when it comes to using technology in their classrooms. They should focus just as much on how they teach.
More pupils in Ghana, Malawi and South Africa are taking smartphones to school. These can be useful learning tools – or terrible distractions.
There's a great deal of debate about what devices schools should be using. But educators should be focusing on how children learn, not what they learn on.
To prepare teachers for the 21st century, we need to reform the way we assess children.
Recent research which examined a group of Australian schools found laptops did make a positive difference to learning.